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Production of Oleoresin from southern pine trees.Author(s): T.A. Harrington
Source: Forest Products Journal. 19(6): 31-36
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionDevelopments in techniques, methods, and equipment for producing oleoresin from the living pine are discussed. Particular emphasis is given to the need for mechanized production methods if this ancient industry is to survive the competition from other sources of rosin and turpentine.
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CitationHarrington, T.A. 1969. Production of Oleoresin from southern pine trees. Forest Products Journal. 19(6): 31-36
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