"One of the basic problems of forest management is that of restoring to productivity denuded areas which cannot be expected to restock through natural means. The most efficient method of regenerating such lands is that method which provides adequate restocking in the shortest time with the least expense. Successful direct seeding would appear to answer these requirements, and for the past several years the State Board of Forestry has been conducting an extensive direct seeding research program. The report which follows is a preliminary report on one of the earlier experiments in this program. It should be borne in mind that the results and conclusions embodied in this report will be subject to revision as the results of subsequent experiments become available."--Foreword.
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