The Management of Shortleaf and Loblolly Pine for Sawtimber
Abstract:With the authority and experience of actual practice the author outlines a continuous-yield program for a partially cut-over forest property of large size and gives, as well, the steps the forest manager must follow to put the program into execution. This is a contribution of outstanding merit and it is refreshing for its practicality and for its systematic treatment of the subject. The author does not theorize on an imaginary property. The one he uses as an example for growth possibilities is the one whose forestry program he is directing.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Forester, Crossett Lumber Company, Crossett, Arkansas
Publication date: January 1, 1931
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