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Timber-pasture management enhances productivity of loblolly pine plantations

Timber-pasture management enhances productivity of loblolly pine plantations

Louisiana Agriculture 39(2): 14-16

Six forage management treatments were established in a thinned 20-yr-old loblolly pine plantation in Louisiana: native grasses, Pensacola bahiagrass and common and Coastal bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon) were managed as conventional pastures; Au-Lo-Tan lespedeza (a low tannin variety of Lespedeza cuneata) was managed as a low-input pasture; and the timber-only treatment received no forage management.

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