Association of White Pine with Other Forest Tree Species and Ribes in the Southern Appalachians
Abstract:White pine is an important associate of the second-growth hardwood forest of the southern Appalachian Mountains. During the past fourteen years fire and blister rust disease control have greatly aided the reestablishment of white pine. With proper forest management this species should become one of the most valued forest trees of the Southern Appalachian hardwood region.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Forester, Agricultural Research Administration, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quartine, U. S. Department of Agriculture
Publication date: 1949-04-01
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