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An Old-Growth Longleaf Standing South Alabama: Study of an Endangered EcosystemAuthor(s): John S. Kush; Ralph S. Meldahl
Source: Alubuma Agricultural Experiment Station Highlights of Agricultural Research Vol. 45, No. 1 Spring 1998
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionRoland Harper, The State Geographer for Alabama in the first half of this century, wrote in his Economic Botany of Alabama (1928) "longleaf pine might have once been the most abundant tree in the United States and was certainly the most abundant tree in Alabama." He went on to say "longleaf had more uses than any other tree in North America, if not the whole world
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CitationKush, John S.; Meldahl, Ralph S. 1998. An Old-Growth Longleaf Standing South Alabama: Study of an Endangered Ecosystem. Alubuma Agricultural Experiment Station Highlights of Agricultural Research Vol. 45, No. 1 Spring 1998
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