The quality of British broadleaved stands is only moderate and at a time when there is an insufficient supply of quality timber to satisfy home demand it is imperative that silviculture practices are improved. The basic principle of growing quality timber sometimes needs stressing as growers are being encouraged to achieve a wide range of objectives such as landscape, wildlife conservation and recreation. The aim of this Handbook is to focus attention on a single objective: growing high quality hardwood. It expands one aspect of Bulletin 62, "Silviculture of Broadleaved Woodland" and underlines that quality timber practices do not need to be achieved at the expense of other objectives.
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