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Herbicide and fertilizer combinations for newly planted loblolly pine seedlings on a flatwoods site in southeastern Arkansas: year three results



Herbicide and fertilizer combinations for newly planted loblolly pine seedlings on a flatwoods site in southeastern Arkansas: year three results



General Technical Report Southern Research Station, USDA Forest Service ( SRS-30): 451-454



Herbicide and fertilizer combinations were tested for enhanced loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) seedling performance on a chemically prepared, flatwoods site in southeastern Arkansas. The site was clear felled during summer 1995, burned and planted in February 1996. The soil was a mound phase silty clay loam of the Myatt-Kalmia complex. Fertilizer treatments were selected combinations of 40, 50, and 50 pounds per acre of elemental N, P, or K, respectively.

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