Increased Growth of Longleaf Pine Seed Trees at Urania, LA., After Release Cutting
Abstract:Many years ago the senior author of this paper prepared a memorandum on the management of longleaf pine for the Louisiana Conservation Department. During the past few years the recommendations made in that memorandum have been further checked at Urania, La. The following paper is based on the results of this later study. Because of Professor Chapman's long experience with longleaf pine silviculture and management, and also because of factual data upon which the authors base their recommendations, this paper must be regarded as a basic contribution to the forest management of longleaf pine.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: School of Forestry, Yale University
Publication date: September 1, 1940
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