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Effects of various spacings on loblolly pine growth 15 years after planting
William E. Balmer
by Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station in Asheville, N.C
Written in English
Issued Apr. 1975.
|Statement||W. E. Balmer, E. G. Owens and J. R. Jorgensen.|
|Series||USDA Forest Service research note SE ; 211|
|Contributions||Owens, E. G., Jorgensen, Jacques R., Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.), United States. Forest Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 p. :|
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Effects of various spacings on loblolly pine growth 15 years after planting. Asheville, N.C.: Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, U.S.
Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, (OCoLC) and family-by-spacing effects on loblolly pine during five years after planting. in Proc. of the Sixth Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference, Coleman, S.S., and D.G. The effect of various initial spacings on the development of loblolly pine.
For. Res. Rep. Calhoun, LA: North Louisiana Hill Farm Experiment Station; Shepard, R.K., Jr. Ice storm damage to loblolly pine in northern Louisiana.
The objective of this study was to assess the effect of six different plantation spacings of jack pine (Pinus banksiana Lamb.) 25 years following planting on tree growth, morphology, and wood. Effects of various spacings on loblolly pine growth 15 years after planting / (Asheville, N.C.: Dept.
of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, ), by William E. Balmer, J R Jorgensen, E G Owens, United States Forest Service, and N.C.) Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville (page images at HathiTrust). The 4th cycle of breeding in the NC State University Cooperative Tree Improvement Program began in Although our methods have evolved, and we are using advanced breeding algorithms, much more sophisticated analytical techniques, and genomics to manage our breeding populations, the goals of the research and development program remain.
Effects of propagule type on genetic parameters of wood density and growth in a loblolly pine progeny test at ages 10 and 11 years. Tree Genetics & Genomes,DOI /s The effect of planting density on branch development was examined in 4-year-old Eucalyptus pilularis Sm.
and Eucalyptus cloeziana F. Muell. plantations located near the coast of north-eastern NSW. Branch diameter, angle and status (live or dead) were measured along the entire stem of trees established atand stems per hectare (sph).Cited by: At the closest spacing, mortality had begun at 37 years, but not at the wider spacings.
The oldest interior spruce espacement trial in British Columbia was established in near Houston in the Prince Rupert Forest Region. Spacings of m, m, m, and m were used, and trees were measured 6, 12, 16, 26, and 30 years after planting.
Surface lignite coal mines in east Texas are commonly reforested using loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) following mining and reclamation activities.
Due to the nature of such an extreme disturbance, altered growth patterns, growth rates, and productivity could be expected.
We destructively sampled above- and belowground tissue to develop prediction equations specific to these by: 3. Tim Snell, Agroforestry Specialist. Kerr Center Publ. F Agroforestry is the deliberate integration, in space or time, of woody perennials with herbaceous crops and/or animals on the same land management unit (Steppler and Nair,p.
relative to no genetic improvement, planting genetical-ly improved loblolly pine over the past 40 years has resulted in an additional billion m3 (17% increase) in volume of wood and 1, Tg C (13%) in carbon sequestration (see Aspinwall et al.
For. Sci. – for details). As older plantations are replaced. Blazier, M. A.; Taylor, E. L.; Holley, A.
Influence of establishment timing and planting stock on early rotational growth of loblolly pine plantations in Texas Blazier, Michael A.; Clason, Terry R. Eleven-year loblolly pine growth in respononse to site preparation and seedling type in North Louisiana Nitrogen (N) availability and mineralization are key parameters and transformation processes that impact plant growth and forest productivity.
We hypothesized that suitable plantation spacing can lead to enhanced soil N mineralization and nitrification, which in turn promote tree growth.
Studies were conducted to evaluate seasonal patterns of soil inorganic N pools as well as rates of Cited by: 8. Except on the most favorable sites, results from planting hardwoods may be expected to be poor, and native pines, particularly loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) should be used.
On good and medium sites as determined by the classification, plantations with 6 by 6 feet ( m. Switzer and Nelson () cite maxima of tons of biomass/ha/initial 10 years for loblolly pine.
At age six, a ha plot in Louisiana which was plowed before planting loblolly, irrigated, fertilized, mowed and treated to control tipmoth produced 23 cu. of merchantable wood compared to cu.
on a control by: 1. A graph is shown below of stem wood volume growth rate plotted against soil nitrogen mineralization rate for each of the replicates of each of the spacings of loblolly () and slash (O) pine; no data were available for the × m spacing of slash.
Loblolly pine maintaining this species as a subclimax in the South-eastern United States Book Chapter-SRS-GTR-SO The effects of sudden oak death and wildfire on forest composition and dynamics in the Big Sur Ecoregion of Coastal California Second workshop on seedling physiology and growth problems in oak planting, Mississippi State.
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web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Conflicting with the loblolly pine data is evidence developed out of diameter growth studies of yellow birch, one of the high-value hardwoods of the Northeast.
The study, in to year old evenaged northern hardwoods, showed that diameter growth of sample trees bore no significant relationship to crown size, tree diameter, or stand density.
The southern pine beetle (Dendroctonus frontalis) (SPB) has been documented as a major mortality agent in pine forests in the southeastern United States for more than years (HopkinsThatcher et al.Coulson and Klepzig ).Loblolly pine (Pinus taeda), shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata), pitch pine (Pinus rigida), and Virginia pine (Pinus virginiana) Cited by: **Dickens, E.D.
Element distribution in the forest soil and floor of loblolly pine stands after biosolids application. In: The 10th Annual Residuals and Biosolids Mgmt. Conf. Proceedings. Water Env. Fed. Denver, CO.
Augustp. **Dickens, E.D. Growth differentials of loblolly pine stands due to biosolids application.