Effect of fertilization and herbaceous weed control on first-year survival, growth, and tip moth incidence on loblolly pine in a Sandhill soil

Torbert, J.L.; Rantis, P.A.

General Technical Report Southern Research Station, USDA Forest Service ( SRS-20): 433-435

1998


Accession: 003417466

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Abstract
A study was established on a deep, excessively well-drained sandy soil (Lakeland soil series, Typic Quartzipsamment) in Georgia, USA, to test the effects of herbaceous weed control (none vs. 24 oz/acre hexazinone as Velpar L) and fertilizers (none, 250 lb/acre diammonium phosphate, or 'complete' fertilizer with 350 lb/acre micronutrients + 330 lb/acre ammonium nitrate) on loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) growth and pine tip moth (Rhyacionia spp.) incidence.