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Vegetation composition five years after silvicultural treatments to control competition in a natural stand of loblolly-shortleaf pinesAuthor(s): M.D. Cain
Source: In: Proceedings, 53rd Annual Meeting of Southern Weed Science Society; 2000 January 24-26; Tulsa, OK. Champaign, IL: Southern Weed Science Society: 193-198, Reynolds, Daniel B., ed.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionWoody nonpine vegetation, averaging over 6,000 rootstocksiac, was controlled by chain-saw felling, chain-saw felling plus prescribed burning,orby a broadcast herbicide spray to release even-aged loblolly and shortleafpine (Pinus taeda L. and P. echinata Mill.) saplings that became established from natural seedfall on a cutover area. Each method of competition control and an untreated check were replicated three times on 0.2-ac plots in a randomized, complete block design. Five years after release, vegetation composition and percent ground cover were found to be significantly (P<0.05) modified by the silvicultural treatments.
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CitationCain, M.D. 2000. Vegetation composition five years after silvicultural treatments to control competition in a natural stand of loblolly-shortleaf pines. In: Proceedings, 53rd Annual Meeting of Southern Weed Science Society; 2000 January 24-26; Tulsa, OK. Champaign, IL: Southern Weed Science Society: 193-198, Reynolds, Daniel B., ed.
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