Growth of 40-year-old planted loblolly pine

  • Authors: Enghardt, Hans G.
  • Publication Year: 1970
  • Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
  • Source: Forests and People

Abstract

The best-known pine plantation in Louisiana probably is a 40-acre stand on the Alexander State Forest near Woodworth, known as the loblolly pine spacing-and-thinning study. One of the oldest plantations on the Forest, it has been visited by most foresters in the State. For the past 20 years it has provided valuable in formation about the effects of tree spacing and thinning methods on growth and yield .

  • Citation: Enghardt, Hans G. 1970. Growth of 40-year-old planted loblolly pine. Forests and People. 20(3):38-41.
  • Posted Date: March 17, 2022
  • Modified Date: March 17, 2022
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