Converting western Oregon red alder stands to productive conifer forests Public Deposited

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  • It doesn’t come easy! Does any of your woodland property look like the alder stand at the left? If your goal is to convert this kind of ground to a productive conifer forest, you should know it can be a challenging task. You’ll have to do something with all that brush in the understory of the alder stand.
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