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Soil-site relationships for loblolly pine on selected soilsAuthor(s): W. H. McKee
Source: Proceedings Sixth Southern Forest Soils Workshop
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionBetween 60 and 74 percent of the variation in site index within three soil series on the lower South Carolina coastal plain was related to soil chemical and physical properties in the Al and B2 horizons. Results indicate that nutrient properties or factors controlling availability of nutrients should be considered in evaluating and classifying growth potential of pine sites.
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CitationMcKee, W. H. 1977. Soil-site relationships for loblolly pine on selected soils. In: Proceedings Sixth Southern Forest Soils Workshop. 1976 October. Charleston, SC: 115-120.
KeywordsSite classification, site index, forest soil properties
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