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Intensive Forest Management Series

  1. Shifting Rowcrop and Pasture Land to Tree Crops in GEORGIA: Marginal Crop and Pasture Acres Examined

  2. Shifting Rowcrop and Pasture Land to Tree Crops in GEORGIA: Woodflow and Financial Returns for Oldfield Timber Crops Examined

  3. Shifting Rowcrop and Pasture Land to Tree Crops in GEORGIA: Long-term land Leases for Oldfield Timber Crops Examined

Why Not Selling Your Best Southern Pine Trees
in a First Thinning Can Make Sound Economic Sense

  1. Using Three Wood Product Classes

  2. A Comparison of Selling Timber Using Three versus Four Wood Product Classes

  3. Using Three Wood Product Classes – Impact on Rotation Length Financial Measures

  4. A Comparison of Selling Timber Using Three versus Four Wood Product Classes –
    Impact on Rotation Length Financial Measures



Calculating Future Value (FV) of a Single Sum

Opportunities for Intensive Pine Plantation Management

Forest Management Options Evaluation for Oldfield Afforestation with Loblolly Pine Stands in the U.S. South Using WINYIELD © v. 1.11 and GaPPS© v. 4.20 Software Systems

Evaluating Pine Regeneration Economic Opportunities: Natural Regeneration,  Cut-over Planted, and  Oldfield Afforestation Pine Stands

New Forest Inventory Statistics for Southeast Georgia

Forest Resources One-liners with GEORGIA Highlights

Loblolly Pine - Pushing the Limits of Growth

The Georgia Public and its Forest: Attitudes and Knowledge Regarding Forest Resource Use


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