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Bolts Salvaged From Cull OaksAuthor(s): B. E. Carpenter
Source: Southern Lumberman 199(2484):30-31
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionBut how about bolts from cull oaks on upland pine sites? Though a bolt operation in such material offers many difficulties, at least one Southern firm is currently trying it. That firm is Potlatch Forests, Inc., of Warren, Arkansas.
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CitationCarpenter, B. E. 1959. Bolts Salvaged From Cull Oaks. Southern Lumberman 199(2484):30-31.
Keywordsbolts, oaks, cull oaks
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