Effects of Compost and Stand Density Upon Longleaf and Slash Pine Nursery Stock
Forest nurserymen frequently are faced with the problem of maintaining or increasing the productive capacity of nurseries over a period of many years. This article presents the results of a study of the use of compost (artificial manure) with longleaf and slash pine under varying conditions of stand density as a possible solution to the problem. Encouraging results were obtained, which serve to justify wider use of compost as a means of producing more and better planting stock.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Assistant Forester in charge of Cooperative Farm Forestry Research Project in the Bottomland Hardwoods, Stoneville, Miss.
Publication date: 1944-02-01
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