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Longleaf pine stumpwood supply in four southeastern survey unitsAuthor(s): E.L. Demmon
Source: Forest Survey Release No. 20, August 29, 1936
Publication Series: Forest Survey Release
Station: Southern Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionThis release presents advanc3 ·information on the amount of longleaf pine stumpviOod in four Forest Survey Units. The wood referred to is that in the seasoned stumps resulting from the cutting of the longleaf pine of the original forest. These stumps, together with other highly rosinimpregnated wood in the tops and limbs of fallen old-growth longleaf pine, are used in the manufacture of wood turpentine, wood rosin, rosin oils, charcoal and other products.
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CitationDemmon, E.L. 1936. Longleaf pine stumpwood supply in four southeastern survey units. Forest Survey Release No. 20, August 29, 1936
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