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Conifers – a timber crop ~ by WoodlandsTV

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http://woodlands.co.uk Professor Julian Evans discusses conifers, looking at timber production, their advantages, and how to create diversity in woodlands.

Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 9 April, 2010

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5 comments so far

April 12, 2010

Many thanks to Woodlands TV for posting this video

December 28, 2011

Over time the conifer will completely replace the broad leaf species if you plant them together. They reproduce. They create a marvelous canopy. Nothing grows under it but ferns and certain wood sorrel. Not a smart management plan over the long haul.

July 3, 2012

douglas fir is awesome and we should plant more of them everywhere

November 27, 2012

You are awesome for saying that!

William Brown
February 2, 2017

Not strictly true. There are many beautiful mixed woodlands with intimate mosaics of broadleaves and confers with diverse ground layer vegetation. It all depends on careful management.

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