Publications


A Guide to Thinning Pine Plantations

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

A Longleaf and Slash Pine at-planting Poultry Litter and Diammonium Phosphate Application Trial in Two Old-field Sites – Six Year Results

Assessing Hurricane and Tornado Damaged Forest Stands

Chinaberry (Melia azedarach) Control Herbicide Options

Competition Control and Fertilization in an Unthinned, Cut-over Slash Pine Stand Growing on a Droughty, Infertile Deep Sand – Four Year Results

Controlling Weeds Early is the Name of the Game for Longleaf Pine

CRP Longleaf Pine Initiative Information

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

Does Fertilization and Competition Control Pay in Slash Pine Stands Growing on Deep Sands?

Does Fertilization of Unthinned Loblolly Pine Pay Dividends?

Doing Nothing Costs You! The Blight of Unmanaged Forest Stands

Eastern Baccharis (Baccharis halimifolia, Baccharis sp.) Control Herbicide Options

Economics of Fertization in Longleaf Pine Stands

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 longleaf pine to a 33- and 45-year rotation with three stumpage price sets, two establishment cost sets, with and without pine straw – net revenue and rate of return

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 Slash Pine Growth and Pine Straw Production in an Old-field Site in Toombs County, Georgia

Effect of Fertilization on Slash Pine Growth and Straw Production in an Old-field Planted Site in Dodge County Georgia

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

Estimating the Weight and Value of Individual Southern Pine Trees

Fence Row Herbicide Evaluation: Efficacy of Control

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

Finding Your Forest Soils Map(s) Using the Internet

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

Georgia Pines: Identification & Concerns

Glyphosate Resistant Pigweed Mid-summer Control Trials and Results in Two Old-field Longleaf Planted Sites in Bulloch County, Georgia

Guide to Soil Taxonomy

Herbaceous Weed Control Checklist to Minimize Damage to Pine Seedlings

Herbicide Options for Rubus spp. Control

Herbicides to Enhance Pine Straw Production by Minimizing Competition in Loblolly, Longleaf and Slash Pine Stands after the Establishment Phase

Herbicides to Enhance Pine Straw Production by Minimizing Competition in Longleaf Pine Stands after the Establishment Phase

Impact of a Broiler Litter and DAP+Ammonium Nitrate Application in an Old-field Thinned Slash Pine Stand in Mitchell County, Georgia – Four Year Growth Results

Intensive Pine Straw Management on Post CRP Pine Stands

Intermediate-Aged Stand Management: Time Between Planting & Harvest

Japanese honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica) Control Herbicide Options

Know Your Forest Soils - Introduction

Loblolly pine rotation age economic comparisons using four stumpage price sets

Longleaf Mean Annual Increment Curves in Planted Stands in the West Gulf Region

Longleaf Pine Stand Fertization

Longleaf Site Index Curves in Planted Stands

Making Sense of Soil Series

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

Mowing to Establish Pine Straw Production by Minimizing Competition in Loblolly, Longleaf and Slash Pine Stands after the Establishment Phase

Mowing to Prepare for Pine Straw Raking and Production by Creating Access and Reducing Competition Heights in Longleaf Stands after the Establishment Phase

Native Pine Ranges in Georgia

Natural and artificial loblolly pine regeneration and upland mixed hardwoods natural regeneration economic comparisons using three stumpage price sets

Number of Trees per Acre By Spreading Distance

Pinus echinata shortleaf pine

Pinus elliottii slash pine

Pinus palustris longleaf pine

Pinus taeda loblolly pine

Pre-Plant Chemical Site Preparation Options to Establish Loblolly, Longleaf, and Slash Pine Plantations on Cut-over Sites

Privet (Ligustrum sp.) Control Field Trials and Results in Georgia using Ground Application Equipment

Renovating Poor Pine Stands: Putting Land Back to Work

Six Year Results from a Longleaf and Slash Pine At-Planting Poultry Litter and Diammonium Phosphate Application Trial in Two Old-Field Sites

Soils Terms and Definitions

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

Stem Quality Summary for Old-field Planted, Unthinned Longleaf Stands in Georgia

Textural Classes Used in the Soils Family

Thinning & Economics Series Paper 1

Thinning & Economics Series Paper 2

Thinning & Economics Series Paper 3

Timing, Herbicide Type, and Dosage Effects on Old-Field Longleaf Pine Survival and Early Growth after a Droughty First Growing Season in Emanuel County, Georgia

Tree Growth Rate Table: Absolute Area Increase & Annual Percentage Growth

Trees per Acre: By Diameter & Basal Area

Trumpet Creeper (Campsis radicans) Control Herbicide Options

Virginia creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia) Control Herbicide Options

Wisteria (Wisteria sp.) Control Herbicide Options

Writing a Forest Management Plan