2 edition of Slash pine productivity and site preparation on Florida sandhill sites found in the catalog.
Slash pine productivity and site preparation on Florida sandhill sites
Edwin A. Hebb
by Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station in Asheville, N.C
Written in English
|Statement||by Edwin A. Hebb and Russell M. Burns.|
|Series||USDA Forest Service research paper SE -- 135.|
|Contributions||Burns, Russell M., Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.), United States. Forest Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. :|
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Slash pine productivity and site preparation on Florida sandhill sites. Asheville, N.C.: Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, (OCoLC) Slash pine productivity and site preparation on Florida sandhill sites / by Edwin A.
Hebb and Russell M. Burns. Published Author Hebb, Edwin A. Burns, Russell M. United States. Forest Service Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.).
Nut pine; Piñon; Filed under: Pinus edulis. Broadcast seeding success in eight pinyon-juniper stands after wildfire / (Ogden, UT.: U.S.
Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, ), by Susan Koniak and Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden, Utah) (page images at HathiTrust). Postharvest burning: Cover, frequency, and biomass of shiny blueberry was as follows after clearcutting, site preparation, and broadcast burning in a northern Florida slash pine flatwood community: pretreatment 1 yr.
posttmt 2 yrs. posttmt cover (%) freq. (%) 38 12 8 foliage biomass (kg/ha) For this example we use a slash pine plantation on a cutover flatwoods site of average productivity. Planting density is seedlings per acre, with a typical survival of young trees after one year.
We assume that site preparation and vegetation management practices appropriate to. Effects of a Prescribed Fire on Understory Vegetation, Carbon Pools, and Soil Nutrients in a Longleaf Pine-Slash Pine Forest in Florida Article (PDF Available) in Natural Areas Journal 30(1) property, fire had been excluded and much of the sandhill sites were occupied by upland oaks and sand pine.
Wanting to restore the land to the longleaf pine forest that once occupied it, Bill cleared out the oaks and sand pine and planted over acres of longleaf pine.
He has also planted some slash pine onFile Size: 6MB. Sigmodon hispidus. In: Fire Effects Information System, [Online]. FRES12 Longleaf-slash pine FRES13 Loblolly-shortleaf pine FRES14 Oak-pine FRES15 Oak-hickory FRES16 Oak-gum-cypress hardwood 97 Atlantic white-cedar 98 Pond pine Tropical hardwoods Black oak South Florida slash pine Mesquite SRM.
leading agricultural industry in Florida with an annual impact of $ billion, far outpacing the fruit and vegetable industry or environmental horticulture. Forestry is the economic heavyweight in the state’s $67 billion agricultural industry. The timber industry also providesjobs.
Growth of slash pine planted on a well-prepared Florida sandhill site and treated with NP fertilizer, irrigation, and weed control (applied singly and in factorial combination) was improved in.
The longleaf pine ecosystem includes some of the most species-rich plant communities outside of the tropics, and most of that diversity resides in the ground layer vegetation.
In addition to Cited by: For this example we use a slash pine plantation on a cutover flatwoods site of average productivity.
Planting density is seedlings per acre, with a typical survival of young trees after one year. We assume that site preparation and vegetation management practices appropriate to the site are used. In the shorter rotation. Book Chapter-SRS Everything you ever wanted to know about GRM* (*but were afraid to ask) Turner, Jeffery A.
Book Chapter-SRS Adding net growth, removals, and mortality estimates for biomass and carbon in FIADB: Turner, Jeffery A. Book Chapter-SRS Historic fire suppression and intensive forest management in longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) sandhill forests has resulted in hardwood encroachment and degradation of this fire-dependent ecosystem.
Active management is now required to restore native community structure and composition, but little is known about the long-term impacts of typical restoration techniques on ecosystem by: 4.
PAGE 1 SS-FOR Forest Terminology for Multiple-Use Management1 William Hubbard, Christopher Latt, Alan Long2 1. This document is SS-FOR, one of a series of the School of Forest Resources and Conservation, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, and the Florida Forest Stewardship Program.
Slash (Pinus elliottii) and longleaf pines (Pinus palustris) prevail in the region, especially in the southern areas, loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) is common in northern areas, and sand pine (Pinus clausa), except Choctawhatchee sand pine (Pinus clausa var.
immuginata) found in wetter sites, is found in xeric, deep-sand locations of by: 4. Most fires in tropical pine ecosystems have been recorded as human-caused, though examples from the Florida peninsula suggest that lightning-ignited fires may be significantly underreported in some places.
People burn pine forests and savannas for a variety of reasons (e.g., hunting, forage improvement, facilitate access and travel).Cited by: Chapter 10 Restoring the Ground Layer was excluded for about 30 years; (b) slash pine plantation on a mesic site once occupied by longleaf pine.
Note increased turkey oak with ﬁre exclusion, in contrast to absence of hardwoods in the plantation where Mechanical preparation of pine planting sites in Cited by: Northern states tend to use more hardwoods than Florida does.
The main species planted in Florida include the slash pine, loblolly pine, longleaf pine, and sand pine.
Each of these species prefer full sun, and require a certain amount of site preparation to assure as little competition from faster growing grasses, shrubs, and trees as possible. ELSEVIER Forest Ecology and Management () Forest Ecology and Management Restoring longleaf pine wiregrass ecosystems: plant cover, diversity and biomass following low-rate hexazinone application on Florida sandhills Dale G.
Brockway a, * ", Kenneth W. Outcalt b,2, R. Neal Wilkins " '' Rocky Mountain Research Station, USDA Forest Service, Columbia Drive SE, Cited by:.
Comparison of the Effects of Stand Replacement Fires versus Fell and Burn Site Preparation Fires on Aboveground Biomass in Degraded Pine-Hardwood Stands in the Southern Appalachians (Abstract), by James M. Vose, Wayne T. Swank, Barton D.
Clinton, and Katherine J. Elliot, p. percent oak, 36 percent pine, and 18 percent mixed oak-pine (Figure 1). Longleaf pine, slash pine, loblolly pine, and shortleaf pine are the principal softwood species.
Plantations comprised 24 percent of the timberland inwith loblolly pine being the principal planted tree. From tohardwood forest area increased by 7 percent.1.
Introduction. At the time of European settlement, longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) was dominant on about 30 million ha and occurred on another 7 million ha in mixed stands (Frost, ).From southeastern Virginia to eastern Texas, it dominated the Coastal Plain but also extended into the Piedmont, Cumberland Plateau, Ridge and Valley, and Blue Ridge physiographic regions (Boyer, Cited by: