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Simulating timber and deer food potential in loblolly pine plantations
Clifford A. Myers
by Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station in [New Orleans, La.]
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 18-19.
|Statement||Clifford A. Myers.|
|Series||USDA Forest Service general technical report SO ; 12, Forest Service general technical report SO -- 12.|
|Contributions||Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.), United States. Forest Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||29|
Loblolly Pine Plantation Management Recommendations Below is a list of management recommendations to insure that you get the most from your new stand of Loblolly Pine Seedlings. Time frame will vary depending on the individual site conditions. The four loblolly pine plantations (identified as stands 1 through 4) rep-resent age classes of 5, 10, 20, and 30 years (Table 1). The 5-year-old stand was established on pasture seeded to fescue and grazed 8 to 10 years prior to pine establishment. The area wasFile Size: KB.
The efficiency of southern pine plantation fertilization and understory control practices and the long-term effects of these practices on non-crop tree organisms and nutrient cycling processes have not been well established. This project examines the effects of diverse fertilization and vegetation control practices on the soil-plant-microbial systems of loblolly pine plantations in Louisiana. A Range-wide Experiment to Investigate Nutrient and Soil Moisture Interactions in Loblolly Pine Plantations. Forests. In Press. Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: Citation: Yanez, M.A., T.R. Fox, and J.R. Seiler. Early growth response of loblolly pine varieties and families to silvicultural intensity.
loblolly and slash pines. Because of rapid early growth, loblolly and slash pines have often been planted on soils and sites better suited to longleaf. Loblolly and slash pine plantations can be converted to longleaf by clearcutting and planting seedlings but mature tree cover is. The pattern of the planted loblolly pines in 17 of the pine plantations was determined to be significantly uniform at the level and random in the remaining two plantations. In contrast, pattern of hardwood rootstocks was determined to be significantly uni- form in five Author: David R. Weise, Glenn R. Glover.
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Requirements of white-tailed deer. The program is applicable to loblolly pine plantations in east Texas and Louisiana but can be readily modified for other species or areas. Additional keywords: Timber management, forest manage- ment, simulation, deer habitat potential, wildlife foods, deer management, Pinus taeda, Odocoileus by: 1.
Simulating timber and deer food potential in loblolly pine plantations. [New Orleans, La.]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station, (OCoLC) agriculture to intensive timber management, resulting in an increase in the number of managed slash pine (Pinus elliottii) and loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) plantations.
Dependence on southeastern timber resources for meeting the demands for forest products is expected to increase. However, the amount of land used for pine plantations isFile Size: KB.
Simulating timber and deer food potential in loblolly pine plantations / ([New Orleans, La.]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station, ), by Clifford A. Myers and La.) Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans (page images at HathiTrust).
Loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) is the most important timber-producing tree species in Arkansas and the South as a whole. Loblolly pine naturally occurs primarily in the coastal plain region of the southern United States. In Arkansas, this region comprises the southwest third of the state (Figure 1).
Though loblolly pine is native to. neath. Midstory density increased with intensity of pine thinning. In recent years more than 12 million acres of uplands in the South have been planted to pines. Even though the primary objective is to grow merchantable timber on these lands, the plantations offer food Cited by: 7.
Loblolly pine is the most commercially important pine of the Southeast where it is dominant on approximately 29 million acres and makes up over one-half the standing pine volume. This pine cannot survive the occasional severe winters of USDA zone 5 but has a solid hold on most of the southern is the most common plantation pine in the southern forest but has a problem with.
Management and Conservation Article White-Tailed Deer Foraging Habitat in Intensively Established Loblolly Pine Plantations PHILLIP D. JONES,1 Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, Mississippi State University, P.O. BoxMississippi State, MSUSA SCOTT L. EDWARDS, Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, Mississippi State University, P.O.
BoxMississippi State, MSUSA. The present study evaluated properties of and year-old loblolly (Pinus taeda L.) and slash (Pinus elliottii Eng.) pine to better understand the current available locally produced wood material. A Guide to Thinning Pine Plantations health/vigor assuming timber production is a high priority.
There are several indicators (of stand Conversely, loblolly pine can be thinned at a later time to promote stand pruning and assist with making more attractive “final crop” trees for Size: 2MB.
Stand establishment techniques involving multiple herbicide applications are commonly used on industrial pine (Pinus spp.) plantations, raising concern over potential effects on white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) forage production. We tested effects of stand establishment intensity on deer forage in 1–5-year-old loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) plantations (n ¼ 4) in the East Gulf.
length for their loblolly pine plantations to maximize rele-vant financial returns from loblolly pine plantations in East Texas. The variables employed in this study include plant-ing density, timing, intensity, and frequency of thinnings, timing of the final harvest, individual landowner’s ARR, site index, management costs, stumpage prices.
Loblolly pine survival is assumed to be TPA at age 5-years. The mean annual increment (MAI) for loblolly is assumed to be cds/ac/yr ( tons/ac/yr) through age years with the two thinnings. Scenarios The ten loblolly pine scenarios examined were: (1) No food plots, no hunting lease, i.e., %File Size: KB.
White‐Tailed Deer Foraging Habitat in Intensively Established Loblolly Pine Plantations Article in Journal of Wildlife Management 73(4) - December with 25 Reads How we measure. been converted to loblolly pine plantations.
Much of this conversion can be attributed to the Conservation Reserve Program (Hays, ). A study to provide growth and yield information for genetically improved loblolly pine planted on an old-field site in the Georgia Piedmont was installed in at the B.F. Grant Memorial Size: KB.
Non Technical Summary Growth and yield for loblolly and slash pine plantations in east Texas and western Louisiana is poorly understood, especially for intensively managed plantations.
This project will provide reliable growth and yield estimates for east Texas and western Louisiana loblolly and slash pine plantations that are unmanaged or intensively managed. Ratings of plants in pine plantations as white-tailed deer food (Information bulletin / Mississippi Agricultural & Forestry Experiment Station) Unknown Binding – January 1, by R.
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C Warren. Previous studies have focused on loblolly pine due to the strong biomass to bioenergy potential. Zhao et al. () and Munsell and Fox () suggested that loblolly pine is the most important species in the south because of this traditional and non-traditional (i.e., biofuels and bioproducts)File Size: KB.
Because loblolly pine plantations are so extensive and grow so rapidly, they provide a great potential for sequestering atmospheric carbon (C). Because loblolly pine plantations are relatively simple ecosystems and because such a great volume of knowledge has been gained about the species, the quantification of C dynamics of loblolly pine Cited by: FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF LOBLOLLY AND LONGLEAF PINE PLANTATIONS Steven D.
Mills and Charles T. Stiff1 Abstract—The financial performance of selected management regimes for loblolly (Pinus taeda L.) and longleaf pine (P. palustris Mill.) plantations were compared for four cases, each with low- and high-site productivity levels and each evaluated Cited by: 1.
Conversion of loblolly pine plantation to shortleaf pine In Oklahoma, Weyerhaeuser Co. tradedacres of its holdings in the Ouachita Mountains acres of the productive upper coastal plain in the late ’s Forest Service inherited loblolly pine plantations planted with ACC genotypes growing beyond the natural rangeFile Size: 4MB.Table 1.— The history of yield development in southern pine plantations in the United States.
Decade Key developments Yield, wet tons/acre/year ’s Natural slash pine stands 2 ’s Fully stocked slash pine plantations 3 ’s Phosphorus fertilization at time of planting; bedding 4.East Texas loblolly and slash pine plantation pooled data set (for all variables, n.observations from remeasured per-manent plots for loblolly pine and.
n. 37, observations from 80 remeasured permanent plots for slash pine). Species and variable Mean Standard deviation Minimum Maximum Loblolly pine Age (years)