Observations on Corsican pine in Glenmalure.

  • T. McEvoy
Keywords: Afforestation, silviculture.

Abstract

The suitability of Corsican pine for planting on dry limestone or other calcareous soils, e.g., the Dry Grass-Herb and Dry Grass communities, is well knowwn. Observations on the Silurian and Schistose formations of central Wicklow suggest that this species may also be of value in that area. In the state forest of Glenmalure especially, it has been planted on a variety of soils and under varying conditions of exposure with considerable success...
Published
1943-11-01
How to Cite
McEvoy, T. (1943). Observations on Corsican pine in Glenmalure. Irish Forestry. Retrieved from https://journal.societyofirishforesters.ie/index.php/forestry/article/view/8520
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