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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 sixteenth Journal includes information on: Progress report on research; A cheap method of ball planting; The French plant-roll machine; Green manuring in forest nurseries; R.E.F.S. excursion to Kent and Sussex, 1936; Chafer damage in nurseries in England and Wales; Progress report on chafer work, 1936; R.S.F.S. summer meeting, 1936; Assessment of checked plantations; Sand-distributing machine; Bath and West show at Neath, 1936; Fires on commission property: some statistics; Rotation of nursery crops; Crown forests in the reign of George III; Commission’s library: new books; Collection and packing of pathological material; Forestry Commission Social Service Association; Notes on forestry in South Africa; Forest of Dean thinning course; Compartmenting hill forests; Afforestation and amenity; Seed solving and plant lfting; Thinning operations; Pine weevil; Spruce on molinia; Deer, foxes and badgers in Division 5, 1937; Forest workers’ holdings, Clipstone Forest; Sowing of birch, oak and beech; Planting derelict coppice areas; Strip planting in coppice at Whitwell; Pre-thinning; Pre-thinning at Rendlesham; Siberian larch in Finland; Damage by red deer in the Highlands; Treatment of birch; Natural regeneration of Scots pine in Glenlov; Miscellaneous notes.

155 x 245mm | 160 pages | black and white
Stock code:FCJO016

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