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English: a Coppice or Copse is an area of woodland in which young shoots, stems and poles are produced by means of periodically cutting them down to a stump (see coppicing). For the related technique where the trees are cut back to a trunk higher above the ground, see Pollarding.
<nowiki>Percullo; কপিচিং; taillis; Atoñu; Bosc menut; Vástago; Niederwald; Atžalynas; Kopsado; کف‌بری; 萌生; Stævningsskov; Crâng; 萌芽更新; coppicing; Skottskog; Trubusan; las odroślowy; Ceduo; hakhout; Kopso; गुल्म; Pangkas tunggul; Կոճղաշիվային հատում; Taeye (di bwès); تنسيغ; Výmladkový les; atvasājs; sistem silvikultur (pengelolaan hutan); method of tree management; Baumwuchs aus Stockausschlag; brote que surge de un tocón de determinadas especies de árboles recientemente cortados; ceduazione; piante da ceduo; bosco ceduo; boschi cedui; cedui; Regime de taillis; terubusan; Vastago; Xema; Plançó; Les výmladkový; Pařezina; Nízký les; Niederwaldwirtschaft; Stockung; Hauwald; Niederwaldkultur; schaarhout; hakhoutstoel; coppice; copse; thicket; Taeye (bwès); 萌枝; Stævning af træer</nowiki>
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Wikidata Q1360410
GND ID: 4171869-0
Library of Congress authority ID: sh92004741
BNCF Thesaurus ID: 13202
National Library of Israel J9U ID: 987007532389405171
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