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Survival of planted Loblolly Pine seedlings: moisture, temperature and soil as influences



Survival of planted Loblolly Pine seedlings: moisture, temperature and soil as influences



J. For, 64: 11, 731-4



In a 2-year study in N. Mississippi, first-year survival of Pinus taeda seedlings was related to soil moisture and air and soil temperatures on four contrasting soil types. Especially on sandy soils, heavy mortality occurred when drought lasted three weeks in May. Seedlings frozen in the packing bale were poor planting risks.

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