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Soil Management in Hardwood PlantationsAuthor(s): B. G. Blackmon
Source: In: Proceedings of the Second Symposium on Southeastern Hardwoods p. 40-47.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication (MISC)
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionSeveral soil management techniques--fertilization, deep plowing, cover cropping, summer fallowing, Irrigation, and cultivation--can benefit hardwood plantations. The applicability of the treatments to plantations of cottonwood, sweetgum, sycamore, green ash, yellow-poplar, and oaks depends largely on site conditions.
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CitationBlackmon, B. G. 1978. Soil Management in Hardwood Plantations. In: Proceedings of the Second Symposium on Southeastern Hardwoods p. 40-47.
KeywordsSoil improvement, site amelioration, eastern cottonwood, sweetgum, American sycamore, green ash, yellow-poplar, oaks
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