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    Author(s): William H.B. Haines
    Date: 1953
    Source: USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, Research Notes, No. 36
    Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
    Station: Southeastern Forest Experiment Station
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    Pine logs as small as 5 inches in diameter inside bark and trees 6 inches in diameter breast high are utilized for saw timber in the South Carolina Piedmont. More lumber is sawed from 8-inch logs than from any other size, while 12- and 14-inch trees provide nearly 50 percent of the board-foot volume cut. The bar graphs are based on measurements of 1,029 logs at 25 sawmills and 412 trees cut on 21 tracts.

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    Haines, William H.B. 1953. 62 percent of pine lumbar is cut from 10-inch or smaller logs in the Central Piedmont of South Carolina. USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, Research Notes, No. 36

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