Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Year: 2018
Volume: 13
Issue: 8 SI
Page No. 6494 - 6499

Abstract: Multipurpose target use of forest resources in modern times of society development requires the reproduction of stable pine forests. Natural reproduction of stable forest ecosystems often suffers under the influence of natural and economic factors which leads at the first turn to the disappearance of ripening and mature stand undergrowth. The aim of the research is to find appropriate ways of pine forests reproduction in the Southern Urals. The objects of the research are pine stands growing in different forests and differ from each other in normality, stand composition, age and growth class. Conservation of biodiversity and increase in tolerance of pine forests are possible with the stimulation of the natural forest reproduction by contributing to the natural forest restocking taking into account forest types. Presence of undergrowth and of natural seeding under the canopy is a mark of pine stand tolerance. On the basis of the research made on sample plots and according to the data of forest management over an area of 775.3 thousand of hectare there have been made a classification arrangement of forest reproduction, a division of forest types into eight groups in accordance to the reforestation effect and there have been elaborated recommendations for the natural and combined reproduction of stable pine forests in the Southern Urals.

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Kamil M. Gabdrakhimov, Alfat F. Khayretdinov, Rida R. Sultanova, Svetlana I. Konashova, Vladimir F. Konovalov, Ildar G. Sabirzyanov, Aydar K. Gabdelkhakov, Regina R. Isyanyulova, Maria V. Martynova and Lyubov` N. Blonskaya, 2018. Reproduction of Stable Pine Forests in the Southern Urals. Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 13: 6494-6499.

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