Canadian Forest Service Publications

Silviculture statistics for Canada: an 11-year summary. 1989. Kuhnke, D.H. Forestry Canada, Northern Forestry Centre, Edmonton, Alberta. Information Report NOR-X-301E. 81 p.

Year: 1989

Available from: Northern Forestry Centre

Catalog ID: 11875

Language: English

Series: Information Report (NoFC - Edmonton)

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Abstract

Silviculture activities, comprising site preparation, planting, direct seeding, stand tending, and pest control, are summarized for each province and territory and for Canada for 1975–76 to 1985–86. Silviculture activities have increased steadily relative to the area harvested. The basic area data on site preparation, planting, and direct seeding have been further refined with more complete information on site preparation application and silviculture success rates. Information on success rates indicates that approximately 68% of the area harvested is adequately reforested, with natural regeneration accounting for 74% of this reforestation. Stand tending has increased more than any other silviculture activity.

Also available under the title:
Statistiques sylvicoles canadiennes: résumé couvrant une période de 11 ans (French)

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Silviculture statistics for Canada: an 11-year summary
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