Artificial regeneration of shortleaf pine

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  • Authors: Barnett, James P.; Brissette, John C.; Carlson, William C.
  • Publication Year: 1986
  • Publication Series: Paper (invited, offered, keynote)
  • Source: In: Murphy, Paul A., ed. Proceedings of symposium on the shortleaf pine ecosystem; 1986 March 31-April 2; Little Rock, AR. Monticello, AR: Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service: 64-88

Abstract

The artificial means for establishing stands of shortleaf pine seedlings are reviewed. In addition to the relative merits of direct seeding and planting of bare-root and container seedlings, techniques that should help ensure successful stand establishment are discussed.

  • Citation: Barnett, James P.; Brissette, John C.; Carlson, William C. 1986. Artificial regeneration of shortleaf pine. In: Murphy, Paul A., ed. Proceedings of symposium on the shortleaf pine ecosystem; 1986 March 31-April 2; Little Rock, AR. Monticello, AR: Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service: 64-88.
  • Keywords: Shortleaf pine, Pinus echinata, southern pine, management, direct seeding, bare-root planting, container seedlings, stand establishment
  • Posted Date: January 29, 2014
  • Modified Date: May 20, 2014
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