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Clemson Researchers Find Prescribed Fire Regenerates Oak ForestsAuthor(s): David van Lear; Patrick Brose
Source: Tree Farmer, May/June 1999
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionFire is being prescribed by Clemson University forestry researchers to regenerate oak forests. Regenerating oaks following timber harvests is a major challenge because faster growing yellow polar and red maple trees crowd out hte more valuable oak seedlings.
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Citationvan Lear, David; Brose, Patrick. 1999. Clemson Researchers Find Prescribed Fire Regenerates Oak Forests. Tree Farmer, May/June 1999
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