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Commercial forest land

Commercial forest land

Forested land which is capable of producing new growth at a minimum rate of 20 cubic feet per acre/per year, excluding lands withdrawn from timber production by statute or administrative regulation.

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The Fiber Disease

... of millions of acres of campesino-held land by physically destroying their only economic ... industry in Texas and Oklahoma. [5] US Forest Service: Forest Health Protection, Southern ... with specially engineered resistant strains of commercial food crops - agribiz. By destroying traditional ...

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