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Study Effects of Impounded Water on TreesAuthor(s): W. M. Broadfoot
Source: Mississippi Farm Research 21(6):1-2
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionIn recent years farmers and sportsmen have built many temporary shallow-water impoundments in southern hardwood forests. While the main purpose has been to attract waterfowl, a recent study shows that these forest lakes, if properly managed, can also benefit the timber.
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CitationBroadfoot, W. M. 1970. Study Effects of Impounded Water on Trees. Mississippi Farm Research 21(6):1-2.
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