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Stain Associated with Nails in Trees on Permanent PlotsAuthor(s): Charles B. Briscoe; Benton H. Box
Source: LSU Forestry Note AESRR-FN-25. Baton Rouge, LA: Lousiana State University & A & M College, School of Forestry
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionIn studies involving the measurement and subsequent remeasurement of trees, such as CFI plots or siliviculture research plots, the trees are commonly identified by metal tags fastened to the trees by means of nails. In 1957 a study was begun to determine whether this practice would lead to dregrade or scalable defect in the trees.
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CitationBriscoe, Charles B.; Box, Benton H. 1959. Stain Associated with Nails in Trees on Permanent Plots. LSU Forestry Note AESRR-FN-25. Baton Rouge, LA: Lousiana State University & A & M College, School of Forestry. 2 p.
Keywordsloblolly pine, southern red oak, white oak, sweetgum
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