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The behavior and control of understory hardwoods in loblolly pine standsAuthor(s): L. E. Chaiken
Source: Tech. Note No. 72
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionEcologicall y the forests of pure or nearly pure southern pine that r ange so extensively along the central and southern Atlantic coastal r egion are sub-climax types . Thus the natural tendency is for our pine fo r ests to be r eplaced eventually by the climax hardwood species : maple, beech, oaks , and hickories .
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CitationChaiken, L. E. 1949. The behavior and control of understory hardwoods in loblolly pine stands. Tech. Note No. 72. Asheville, NC: USDA, Forest Serive, Southeastern Forest Experiement Station. 27 p.
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