Bob Boland

Brantley County Extension Coordinator

College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences

The University of Georgia


Four year growth response results from the demonstration of Best Management Practices (BMPs) for layer litter and inorganic fertilizer applications in an unthinned, old-field slash pine stand in Brantley County, Georgia

The Effect of Inorganic Fertilizer and Layer Litter Applications on Slash Pine Survival and Growth in Brantley County, Georgia: Four Year Results

The Effect of Inorganic Fertilizer and Layer Litter Applications on Slash Pine Survival and Growth in Brantley County, Georgia: Four Year Results

Water Quality Effects based on Soil Solution Nitrate-Nitrogen after Poultry Litter and Diammonium Phosphate plus Urea Applications in a Slash Pine Plantation in Brantley County Georgia

Water Quality Effects based on Soil Solution Nitrate-Nitrogen after Poultry Litter and Diammonium Phosphate plus Urea Applications in a Slash Pine Plantation in Brantley County Georgia