Summer-planted Loblolly and Longleaf Pine Tubelings Outgrow 1-0 Nursery Seedlings in North Carolina
Abstract:After three growing seasons, loblolly and longleaf pine tubelings grown and planted in summer equaled winter-planted 1-0 seedlings in survival and were significantly taller.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Senior Project Forester, Pine Silviculture, Division of Forest Resources, North Carolina Department of Natural and Economic Resources, Raleigh
Publication date: 1976-08-01
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