3 edition of Introduction of Systematic Treatment to the Crown Forests of the Cape Colony ... found in the catalog.
by W.A. Richards & Sons
Written in English
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Excerpt from Introduction of Systematic Treatment to the Crown Forests of the Cape Colony: Summary of Rules and Instructions To fell the quantity of timber equal in amount to that which the forest can yield annually in perpetuity, so that each year the quantity may be replaced.
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