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Young stand growth modeling for intensively-managed loblolly pine plantations in Southeastern U.S.Author(s): James A. Westfall; Harold E. Burkhart; H. Lee Allen
Source: Forest Science. 50(6): 823-835.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
Station: Northeastern Research Station
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CitationWestfall, James A.; Burkhart, Harold E.; Allen, H. Lee. 2004. Young stand growth modeling for intensively-managed loblolly pine plantations in Southeastern U.S. Forest Science. 50(6): 823-835.
KeywordsSite preparation, competition control, onset of competition, growth and yield, fertilization
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