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Shortleaf pine in perspective: outlook for the national forestsAuthor(s): James R. Crouch
Source: In: Murphy, Paul A., ed. Proceedings of symposium on the shortleaf pine ecosystem; 1986 March 31-April 2; Little Rock, AR. Monticello, AR: Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service: 265-267
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DescriptionShortleaf pine occupies more acreage on southern national forests than does any other softwood species but major concentrations on national forest lands occur only in Arkansas, Texas and Missouri. National forests in these states intend to continue to regenerate most shortleaf stands to shortleaf.
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CitationCrouch, James R. 1986. Shortleaf pine in perspective: outlook for the national forests. In: Murphy, Paul A., ed. Proceedings of symposium on the shortleaf pine ecosystem; 1986 March 31-April 2; Little Rock, AR. Monticello, AR: Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service: 265-267.
KeywordsShortleaf pine, Pinus echinata, southern pine, management, National Forest System
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