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    Over a period of 16 years, unburned longleaf (Pinus palustris Mill.) pole stands grew an average of 27% more volume than similar stands regularly burned.

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    Boyer, William D.; Miller, James H. 1994. Effect of burning and brush treatments on nutrient and soil physical properties in young longleaf pine stands. Forest Ecology and Management. 70: 311-318.

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