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Planting the southern pinesAuthor(s): Philip C. Wakeley
Source: Agriculture Monograph No. 18
Publication Series: Book
Station: Southern Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionPlanting the southern pines offers the only sure way of restoring to timber production, within the next 50 years, a huge area of forest land vital to the southern and the national economy.
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CitationWakeley, Philip C. 1954. Planting the southern pines. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Agriculture Monograph No. 18. Washington, D.C. 233 p.
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