The Forests of Mindoro

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Bureau of Printing, 1908 - Forests and forestry - 51 pages
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Page 18 - Halcón is an area with a temperature considerably lower than that of sea level and with a well-drained and often extremely dry soil. Here conditions are right for the growth of pine (Pinus merkusii). This tree grows in pure stands and is found in open scattered groves along the higher ridges and slopes, sometimes extending well down toward sea level.
Page 7 - GEORGE P. AHERN, Director of Forestry. The SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR, Manila, PI...
Page 18 - Ground fires annually burning over the grass which has crept in among these trees prevent the best of reproduction and keep the forest open.
Page 14 - Plan for the Public Forest Tract of the Mindoro Lumber and Logging Company. Bureau of Forestry, PI, Bulletin 6.

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