How to direct-seed the southern pines

  • Authors: Mann, William F. Jr.
  • Publication Year: 1962
  • Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
  • Source: Forest Farmer

Abstract

Direct seeding has gained wide acceptance in the South since the development, about 5 years ago, of repellents to protect seed from birds, rodents, and insects. An estimated 400,000 acres have been sown by a great number of individuals and companies. Low costs, small capital outlay for equipment, speed and ease of seeding, coupled with a high degree of reliability, account for the recent upsurge in the popularity of this new regeneration technique.

  • Citation: Mann, William F., Jr. 1962. How to direct-seed the southern pines. Forest Farmer. 21(7):52-55.
  • Posted Date: March 22, 2022
  • Modified Date: March 22, 2022
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