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Intensive forest management comes of age: modeled, management activity specific results for loblolly pine plantations

Intensive forest management comes of age: modeled, management activity specific results for loblolly pine plantations

General Technical Report Southern Research Station, USDA Forest Service ( SRS-30): 508-510

Intensive forestry has progressed to the state of site- and activity-specific recommendations that provide predictable outcomes of wood-flow and financial performance across chosen rotations. Recent Georgia-based research has developed growth and yield models for intensive pine plantation management scenarios. This research indicates yield responses to sequences of intensive management cultural practices.

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