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Prescribed burning with spot fires in the Georgia Coastal PlainAuthor(s): R. W. Johansen
Source: Georgia Forestry Commission - Georgia Forest Research Paper 49:1-8
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionThe use of prescribed fire in the management of pine forests is common throughout much of the South, but one recurring problem that worries the forest landowner is not having enough suitable burning weather to satisfactorily complete all scheduled fires. Being able to burn areas considerably faster, without causing undue damage, could be a solution.
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CitationJohansen, R. W. 1984. Prescribed burning with spot fires in the Georgia Coastal Plain. Georgia Forestry Commission - Georgia Forest Research Paper 49:1-8.
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