Gary Kerr, Julian Evans
Growing broadleaves for timber describes the silvicultural principles and practices involved in growing quality broadleaved timber in Britain. The aim of this Handbook is to update and expand one aspect of Forestry Commission Bulletin 62 Silviculture of broadleaved woodland, to focus attention on one single objective: growing high quality hardwood. This objective usually integrates well with others such as landscape, recreation and conservation and it is hoped that this Handbook will be of much assistance to all who are involved in managing broadleaved woodland. This Handbook is still available to order in hardcopy.
210 x 198mm | 95 pages | colour