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... and should be fostered. Insect and disease problems can wipe out a one species forest,
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... acre units, a staggering size for the developing world, of dominantly one species
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ADVANCED FORESTRY - Archived Forestry News and Commentary: ...
... criticize an unjust God, for he has created vast tracts of natural one-species forest,
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... Proserpine Rock-wallaby. Possible Act One Species - Forest
& Woodlands. 1. Leadbeater's Possum - Victoria. ...
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Explanation: Monoculture means when only one species is planted in agriculture or forrestry. It is the cause of spread of many plant diseases, because when a disease hits one plant it spreads through all the nearby plants.
Typical examples would be Pine forrests or eucalyptus forrests.