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Reinvasion of Hardwoods Following Eradication in an Unveven-Aged Pine StandAuthor(s): M.D. Cain; D.A. Yaussy
Source: Res Pap. SO-188. South. For. Exp. Stn., New Orleans, LA. 8p.
Publication Series: Research Paper (RP)
Station: Southern Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionStudy quantitatively describes the woody plant component that developed in an uneven-aged loblolly/shortleaf pine stand following hardwood eradication. Comparisons are made with four other stands managed at various intensity levels.
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CitationCain, M.D.; Yaussy, D.A. 1983. Reinvasion of Hardwoods Following Eradication in an Unveven-Aged Pine Stand. U.S. Dep. Agric. For Serv. Res Pap. SO-188. South. For. Exp. Stn., New Orleans, LA. 8p.
KeywordsPinus echinata, Pinus taeda, competing vegetation, natural plant succession, selection management, tolerance
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