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The adoption of agricultural practices for the development of heritable resistance to pests and pathogens in forest crops

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C.F.I. Occasional papers no.18
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Forest management, particularly plantation development, arose largely in response to the erosion of natural forest resources by agriculture. The objectives, skills and methods of farmer and forester have often conflicted yet the rapid rate of improvement possible with annual crops provides lessons and guidance for the development of perennial crops...

The farmer is concerned mainly with intensive management of single crops on good sites yielding one product in which uniformity is at...

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University of Oxford
Department:
Commonwealth Foresty Institute, Department of Forestry
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University of Oxford
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Commonwealth Foresty Institute, Department of Forestry
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Commonwealth Foresty Institute, Department of Forestry
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Commenwealth Forestry Institute, University of Oxford
Publication date:
1981-01-01
ISSN:
0141-8181
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ftry:10051
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