loblolly pine


A Herbicide Trial to Control Pear (Pyrus sp.) in Bulloch County, Georgia

Determining Survival in Young Slash, Loblolly, and Longleaf Pine Stands after a Fire in Bulloch County, Georgia

Does Fertilization of Unthinned Loblolly Pine Pay Dividends?

Economics of growing loblolly pine to a 15-year rotation with fertilization and pine straw–net revenue and rate of return

Economics of growing loblolly pine to a 15-year rotation with intensive management–net present value

Economics of growing loblolly, longleaf, and slash pine to a 33-year rotation with three stumpage price sets, four establishment cost sets, with and without pine straw – net revenue and rate or return

Economics of growing loblolly, longleaf, and slash pine to various rotation ages with three stumpage price sets, four establishment cost sets, four discount rates, with and without pine straw – soil expectation value

Economics of growing loblolly, slash, and longleaf pine to a 33-year rotation with three stumpage price sets, four establishment costs, with and without pine straw – net present value

Economics of growing slash and loblolly pine to a 24-year rotation with and without thinning and pine straw – net present value

Economics of growing slash and loblolly pine to a 24-year rotation with and without thinning and pine straw – net revenue and rate or return

Effect of Fertilization on Thinned Loblolly Pine Growth in an Old-field Site in Washington County, Georgia

Fertilization of Unthinned Loblolly Pine on an Intensively Prepared Cut-over Site in Twiggs County, Georgia: Four Year Results

Growing Poles in Southern Pine Stands

Mid-Rotation Woody Control Trial to Test Various Herbicides, Tank Mixes, Rates, and Methylated Seed Oil Amounts on Hard to Control Waxy Leaf Species in a Thinned Loblolly Pine Stand in Wayne County, Georgia

Spot Application of Diammonium Phosphate and Poultry Litter at Establishment in an Old-Field Planted Loblolly Pine Plantation

Spot Application of Diammonium Phosphate and Poultry Litter at Establishment in an Old-Field Planted Loblolly Pine Plantation