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The Forestry Commission Journal was introduced as a way to communicate information on a wide range of topics which could not be communicated through 'ordinary official channels', and was intended to be a means of exchanging the opinions and experiences of all members of the staff.

This twenty-fifth Journal includes information on: A forestry visit to Russia; Bison in Poland, polish cultural institute; The care and use of cross-cut saws; The Mid-Wales survey; Planting forests in Wales The Chilterns project; History of Ratagan Forest; Historial notes on the forests of Alice Holt and Woolmer; Four Cornish forests; The Crarae forest garden; A working plan for policy woodlands; Lake Vyrnwy forest, Montgomeryshire; Reay Forest, Sutherland; Notes on the British Association meeting at Sheffield—September, 1956 Three new nature reserves; Sunbiggin tarn and moor; A visit to Coniston Old Man; The collection of cones from tall trees; Ledmore nursery; Notes on farm implements used in forest practice; Sowing trials of graded acorns at Willingham Nursery in 1953; Work on limestone soils at Dalton Forest, Westmorland— 1951-55; Afforestation of iron stone workings in Northamptonshire; Planting the hard lee flow; Tine ploughing at Speymouth; Japanese larch on an area of rank weed growth; The economic approach to weeding in the establishment of trees; A note on some mixed conifer plantations in Mid-Wales; Some notes on the management of natural ash crops; Cultivation of willows for basket making; Eucalyptus at Whittingehame Estate, East Lothian; Araucarias at Monreith Estate, Wigtownshire; Notes on some North American trees; Prevent forest fires; Fire on the hills; Introducing pyrology; A handy trailer for fire fighting; Notes on fire protection at Lyminge Forest, Kent; The control of deer in Commission forests, with particular reference to England; The roe dee; Fighting the pine beauty moth with the todd insecticidal fog applicator; Needle diseases of conifers; Forest engineering economics; British forestry development in the early twentieth century; Education for administration; Should we go back?; Discounts and decimals; A fish hatchery; Greenfinches and Lawson cypress; British timbers The Brandon Depot, Thetford Chase; The Ari Sawmill at Strachur; The Chipboard Factory at Annan; The preparation of wood wool at Mortimer Forest; What can there be in a ladder?; The use of wood in musical instruments; Charcoal burning in Sussex; Conifer barks as a source of tannins for the leather industry.

155 x 245mm | 260 pages | black and white
Stock code:FCJO025

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