Definitions for "Uneven-aged Stand"
A stand composed of three or more age classes. A balanced uneven-aged stand consists of three or more age classes that are spaced at uniform intervals from reproduction to mature trees. Irregular uneven-aged stands do not contain all the age classes necessary to ensure that trees will reach maturity at short intervals indefinitely.
a stand of trees containing three or more age classes. In a balanced uneven-aged stand, each age class is represented by approximately equal areas, providing a balanced distribution of diameter classes.
A group of trees of a variety of ages and sizes growing on a uniform site; also called all-aged stand.