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Influence of harvest date and silvicultural practices on the abundance and impact of pine reproduction weevils in Western Gulf loblolly pine plantations



Influence of harvest date and silvicultural practices on the abundance and impact of pine reproduction weevils in Western Gulf loblolly pine plantations



General Technical Report Southern Research Station, USDA Forest Service ( SRS-30): 565-568



Populations of the pales weevil (Hylobius pales) and pitch-eating weevil (Pachylobius picivorus) and/or weevil-caused pine first-year seedling mortality were monitored in the US Western Gulf Region (east Texas, west Louisiana and southwest Arkansas) on 36 loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) plantation sites in 1997 and 26 sites in 1998. Data were also collected for 15 site parameters on each site.

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