Bulletin of Forestry Science / Volume 2 / Issue 1 / Pages 73-80
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Modification of the silver lime yield table

József Roland Peszlen & Gábor Veperdi


Correspondence: Veperdi Gábor

Postal address: H-9400 Sopron, Bajcsy-Zsilinszky u. 4.

e-mail: veperdi[at]emk.nyme.hu


Approximately 1.2-1.9% of the Hungarian forests is covered by lime stands, almost half of these forests consists of silver lime (Tilia tomentosa Mönch.). First lime tree yield table was published by Gábor Hajdu as previously lime stand growth data had not been available. During the preparation of the graphical yield tables (called nomograms) there were some indications that the original yield data had not been realistic. Within this study possible explanations were produced and suggestions are given to modify the values of volume data.

Keywords: silver lime, Tilia tomentosa, lime, yield table

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    Peszlen, R. J. & Veperdi, G. (2012): Modification of the silver lime yield table. Bulletin of Forestry Science, 2(1): 73-80. (in Hungarian)

    Volume 2, Issue 1
    Pages: 73-80

    First published:
    3 September 2012

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