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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-fourth Journal includes information on: The forests of Sicily; A tour of French forests; Fourth World Forestry Congress Dehra Dun, India — December 1954; A note on forestry in Northern Ireland; Alice Holt Forest: contributions to its history; The Benmore Forest Garden; Larch plantations at Atholl and Dunkeld; Collection of lodgepole pine seed from British Crops; Variation in branch form in the progeny of individual Japanese larch trees; Whence those hops?; Notes on ploughing equipment; Establishment of hardwoods in Scotland; Notes on planting periods and resultant percentage of failure; Treatment of felled broadleaved areas in the Midlands; Tree growth on acid soil; Planting Corsican pine in trenches ploughed in sand; Watten experimental area, Caithness; Lime-induced chlorosis of Corsican pine at Friston Forest, Sussex; Grey squirrel enquiry; Monetary return from thinning a thirteen-year old Japanese larch stand at Allerston Forest; Hints on the care and use of axes; Mobile accommodation units; Converting a motorcycle to carry two knapsack fire pumps; A handy staple extractor; A cone splitter for seed sampling; A vanishing craft, “aesculus”; The future of home grown softwoods; The thinnings house, timber development association; Notes on home grown timber and its use on the farm; The preservative treatment of timber; Newsprint production at Sittingbourne, Kent; District Officer home Forestry Commission: to be or not to be?; Preliminary working plan reports; Newcomers to Northumberland forest villages; Glenmore Lodge. Scottish council of physical recreation; The work of the nature conservancy; Bird notes from Lynford Hall; British Bryological Society field excursion, Arnside, Westmorland; A note on the ecology of the limestone pavement in Westmorland; Reflections; Book review: in the Western Highlands; Norwegian idyll; Seventeenth century forestry on a Hertfordshire estate; Ornamentals.

155 x 245mm | 204 pages | black and white
Stock code:FCJO024

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