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    Author(s): Barbara Crane; Valerie Hipkins; Sedley Josserand; Craig Echt
    Date: 2019
    Source: Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Southern Research Station
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    USDA Forest Service National Forest System (NFS) in the Southern Region provides oversight for the management of  approximately 800,000 acres of longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) and 1,440,000 acres of shortleafpine (Pinus echinata Mill.). About 97% of the longleafpine ecosystem and 53% of the shortlea'.f pine ecosystem have been lost over the past century.

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    Crane, Barbara; Hipkins, Valerie; Josserand, Sedley; Echt, Craig. 2019. DNA fingerprinting results for the Forest Service longleaf pine and shortleaf pine seed orchards and seed bank. Abstract 35th Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference. 1 p.

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