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Commercial return

Commercial return is defined as follows:

Commercial return is an important driver for some but not all tree planting activities. Other drivers include soil conservation, aesthetic considerations, biodiversity values and shelter.

Selection of tree species might take into account the profitability of the species if grown for timber.


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