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Reassessment of Loblolly Pine Decline on the Oakmulgee Ranger District, Talladega National Forest, AlabamaAuthor(s): Nolan J. Hess; William J. Otroana; John P. Jones; Arthur J. Goddard; Charles H. Walkinshaw
Source: USDA, Paper presented st the Tenth Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference. Shreveport, LA, February 16-l9 1999.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionLoblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) decline has been a management concern on the Oakmulgee Ranger District since the 1960's. The symptoms include sparse crowns, reduced radial growth, deterioration of fine roots, decline, and mortality of loblolly pine by age 50.
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CitationHess, Nolan J.; Otroana, William J.; Jones, John P.; Goddard, Arthur J.; Walkinshaw, Charles H. 1999. Reassessment of Loblolly Pine Decline on the Oakmulgee Ranger District, Talladega National Forest, Alabama. USDA, Paper presented st the Tenth Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference. Shreveport, LA, February 16-l9 1999.
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