Excerpt from The Forest Club Annual, 1915, Vol. 6
In order to determine to what extent a species succeeds in competing with its neighbors, the associated species are merely listed and notes taken with great care to show the density of stand and association with secondary vege... tation in various parts of the plot. Such records, among other things, usually throw light on the success or failure of the seed reaching the mineral soil and the role Of plant competition in the establishment of re production. The majority Of these sample plots, as previously stated, generally take the shape Of quadrangles rather than Of quadrats, though, indeed, the latter are sometimes used.
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