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Natural Regeneration of Longleaf PineAuthor(s): William D. Boyer
Source: p. 6-8. U. S. Dep. Agric. For. Serv. Tech. Publ. SA-TP3, Southeast. Area, State and Priv. For. (July 1979).
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionNatural regeneration is now a reliable alternative for existing longleaf pine forests. The shelterwood system, or modifications of it, has been used experimentally to regenerate longleaf pine for over 20 years, and regional tests have confirmed its value for a wide range of site conditions. Natural regeneration, because of its low cost when compared to other alternatives, should be particularly suited to the needs of the small forest landowner.
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CitationBoyer, William D. 1979. Natural Regeneration of Longleaf Pine. p. 6-8. U. S. Dep. Agric. For. Serv. Tech. Publ. SA-TP3, Southeast. Area, State and Priv. For. (July 1979).
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