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Cypress Planting in Southern LouisianaAuthor(s): Henry Bull
Source: Southern Lumberman Christmas 1 p.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southeastern Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionDuring the winter of 1948 and again in 1949, some 3,200 bald-cypress seedlings were planted in a cut-over cypress and tupelo gum swamp near Choctaw, Lafourche Parish, Louisiana.
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CitationBull, Henry. 1949. Cypress Planting in Southern Louisiana. Southern Lumberman Christmas 1 p.
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