Module 5: Stand Establishment

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Question:

Spacings of 3m x 3m(10 ft. x 10 ft.) are best for early tree growth and form in Nova Scotia:

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True

False

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A fully stocked stand with an average spacing of 1.8m (6 ft) will have about 3, 100 trees per hectare.

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True

False

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Red spruce quickly regenerates abandoned fields and pastures throughout Nova Scotia.

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True

False

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Question:

In two story stands, shade tolerant trees always overtop the shade intolerant trees .

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True

False

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Question:

Yellow birch is considered tolerant to shade.

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True

False

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White birch is considered a pioneer species.

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True

False

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Our most valuable species are the shade intolerant trees.

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True

False

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White spruce stands usually mature before age 60 in Nova Scotia.

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True

False

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Poorly stocked stands usually grow more limbs than usable stem wood.

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True

False

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Question:

Balsam fir dominates the climax forest types of western Nova Scotia.

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True

False