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AbstractBrazilian timber housing producers were evaluated through a survey, which was based on face-to-face interviewing supported by a semi-structured questionnaire. Derived from expansive research, this paper aimed to identify labor size and to characterize economic size from this production...
AbstractIn addition to black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.) and hybrid poplars, northern red oak (Quercus rubra L.) can be considered the third most important exotic stand-forming tree species in Hungary. Due to its advantageous silvicultural and growth characteristics, as well as its wood...
AbstractAlmost half of the total area of Hungary is arable land. Nearly one-third of this area is poor-quality arable land where agriculture would be uneconomical. Energy plantations can be grown extremely well on poor-quality land. Currently, the carbon neutrality of wood as a raw material must...
AbstractThis paper reports on a two-year monitoring of Phytophthora species occurring in the catchment area of the Rák Brook near Sopron. P. gonapodyides, P. lacustris, P. plurivora and P. pseudosyringae were found in the course of surveys completed in the vegetation period of 2011 and 2012....
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