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Eleventh-year results of fertilization, herbaceous, and woody plant control in a loblolly pine plantationAuthor(s): James D. Haywood; Allan E. Tiarks
Source: Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 14(4):173-177.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThrough 11 years, fertilization at planting significantly increased the stemwood volume (outside bark) per loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) on an intensively prepared moderately well-drained fine sandy loam site in northern Louisiana. Four years of herbaceous plant control significantly increased pine survival, and because herbaceous plant control increased survival, it resulted in a significant increase in total stand volume. Woody plant control no longer produced significant results by age 11.
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CitationHaywood, James D.; Tiarks, Allan E. 1990. Eleventh-year results of fertilization, herbaceous, and woody plant control in a loblolly pine plantation. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 14(4):173-177.
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