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Response of slash pine to bedding and phosphorus application in southeastern flatwoodsAuthor(s): W. F. Mann JR; J.M. McGilvray
Source: Southern Forest Experiment Station, New Orleans, La.
Publication Series: Research Paper (RP)
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionPhosphorus fertilization and mechanical seedbed preparation influenced growth of slash pine on three Plummer sand sites that varied in wetness. On dry and intermediate sites, tree heights at age 8 years were about equal on flat-disked sites, beds elevated about 5 inches, and beds elevated about 10 inches. On the wet site, high beds excelled. Top dressing with phosphorus at age 2 years stimulated growth by 2 to 5 feet on all seedbeds of the wet and intermediate sites.
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CitationMann JR, W. F.; McGilvray, J.M. 1974. Response of slash pine to bedding and phosphorus application in southeastern flatwoods. Southern Forest Experiment Station, New Orleans, La. 9 p. (USDA Forest Service Research Paper S0-99)
KeywordsPinus elliottii, phosphorus fertilization, seedbed preparation, bedding, growth.
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