Eucalyptus fuelwood growth rate improves with age
AuthorsDean R. Donaldson
Richard B. Standiford
Authors AffiliationsDean R. Donaldson is County Director, Napa County; Richard B. Standiford is Forestry Specialist, Cooperative Extension, University of California, Berkeley.
Hilgardia 38(3):18-19. DOI:10.3733/ca.v038n03p18. March 1984.
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In cooperation with local landowners in Napa County, we undertook a bio-mass project in 1977 to evaluate the potential of several tree species as energy crops on small acreages. This article updates tree growth information from two study areas near Calistoga, California, at the north end of the Napa Valley after two additional years of study (see California Agriculture, May-June 1982).
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