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[Archive] Journal of the Forestry Commission (No.11)

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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 eleventh Journal includes information on: Wanting of spruce seedlings; Attractions of Benmore; Unofficial notes of a short official visit to Scotland; Progress report on research; Ancient monuments; R.E.A.S. summer meeting, 1931; A lvus orcgona; Use of seedlings for turf planting; Amount of weeding necessary for hardwoods; Sale of surplus land and buildings; Notes on Queen Charlotte Islands; Looking back; Summer planting of spruce; Hedges in nurseries; Preparation and sale of thinnings; Utilisation of thinnings; Planting of coppice areas; Sitka and Norway spruces at Kerry; Beating-up; Turf planting and the use of seedlings; Control of meriahriris; Thoughts on economy; Reducing the cost of planting; Soil fertility in nurseries; Miscellaneous notes.


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Archive publication: Journal
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Forestry Commission