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    Author(s): Hans G. Enghardt; W.F. Mann
    Date: 1972
    Source: Research Paper SO-82. USDA-Forest Service, Southern forest Experimental Station 11p.
    Publication Series: Research Paper (RP)
    Station: Southern Research Station
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    volume growth of slash pine between ages 17 and 27 years was directly related to residual basal area per acre after thinning. Diameter growth was inversely related to stand density, and very heavy cutting was required to attain a rate of 3 inches in 10 years.

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    Enghardt, Hans G.; Mann, W.F., Jr. 1972 Ten-year growth of planted slash pine after thinnings. Research Paper SO-82. USDA-Forest Service, Southern forest Experimental Station 11p.

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