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|Title: ||COST E42 Growing Valuable Broadleaves Silviculture Matrix: An Irish example|
|Authors: ||Short, Ian|
|Issue Date: ||2008|
|Publisher: ||Teagasc, Oak Park, Carlow, Ireland & Coford, Ireland|
|Citation: ||Ian Short, Mike Bulfin And Toddy Radford. COST E42 Growing Valuable Broadleaves Silviculture Matrix: An Irish example. Poster. Teagasc, 2008.|
|Abstract: ||The purpose of developing the silvicultural matrix in COST E 42 was to provide a
vehicle whereby information on silviculture of valuable broadleaved species could be
gathered from as many participating countries as possible. The aim of this matrix is to determine what are considered the optimum silvicultural treatments for each of our target species in countries across Europe. In many cases only one or two countries will have experience of a particular species. Also it must be realised that, for many of the larger countries in Europe, there are different climatic regimes and no single matrix can encapsulate the recommendations for that country. In this case a number of climatic regional matrices would be preferable. For this reason, not all countries felt in a position to contribute a matrix and preferred to provide a narrative discussion on various species.
As an illustration of how the matrix can provide a guideline for farmers wishing to plant, the example of ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.) in Ireland is taken. Based on the research we carried out, we developed a set of guidelines to assist farmers in making critical decisions. These guidelines now form the basis for government support to farmers.|
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