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Mutual exclusion between Salmonberry and Douglas-fir in the Coast Range of Oregon
One serious problem faced by the forest industry in the Pacific Northwest is poor regeneration of commercial trees ~land which is har vested and subsequently dominated by brush species. In Coastal Oregon, salmonberry is one of these brush species. Detailed investigations of field sites indicate that light i~tensity in the brush stands was low but sufficient for germination and early growth of Douglas-fir seedlings and soil moisture percentages and nutrient levels were high enough to supportdoi:10.15760/etd.963 fatcat:bmoojx66gzb6hnex54ailgzt5e