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Site index curves for direct seeded slash pines in louisiana usa


Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 11(1): 15-17
Site index curves for direct seeded slash pines in louisiana usa
Site index equations were computed for slash pine stands established by direct seeding. The new equations are similar to existing ones for natural second-growth stands.


Accession: 006423292



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