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Growth and mortality of pin oak and pecan reforestation in a constructed wetland: analysis with management implicationsAuthor(s): D.E. Henderson; P. Botch; J. Cussimanio; D. Ryan; J. Kabrick; D. Dey
Source: Science and Management Technical Series: Number 1. Missouri Department of Conservation, Jefferson City, MO. 19 p.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionPin oak (Quercus palustris Muenchh.) and pecan (Carya illinoensis (Wangenh.) K. Koch) trees were planted on reforestation plots at Four Rivers Conservation Area in west-central Missouri. The study was conducted to determine survival and growth rates of the two species under different production methods and environmental variables. Production methods included direct seeding, bare root seedlings, and RPM® planting stock. Combinations of planting stock and species were implemented on two elevations (mounded or unmounded soils).
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CitationHenderson, D.E.; Botch, P.; Cussimanio, J.; Ryan, D.; Kabrick, J.; Dey, D. 2009. Growth and mortality of pin oak and pecan reforestation in a constructed wetland: analysis with management implications. Science and Management Technical Series: Number 1. Missouri Department of Conservation, Jefferson City, MO. 19 p.
Keywordsrestoration, wetland, afforestation, reforestation, seedling, greentree reservoir, RPM, bottomland hardwood, hardmast, floodplain, pin oak, pecan
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