2 edition of Effects of thinning and fertilizing on production of western white pine seed found in the catalog.
Effects of thinning and fertilizing on production of western white pine seed
Burton Verne Barnes
1969 by Intermountain Forest & Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Ogden, Utah .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 12-14.
|Statement||Burton V. Barnes.|
|Series||USDA Forest Service research paper INT -- 58.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||14|
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Get this from a library. Effects of thinning and fertilizing on production of western white pine seed. [Burton Verne Barnes; United States. Department of Agriculture.; Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden, Utah),; United States.
Forest Service,] -- "In a year-old western white pine plantation developed as a seed production area, heavy thinning and application of.
Get this from a library. Effects of thinning and fertilizing on production of western white pine seed. [Burton Verne Barnes; Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden, Utah),; United States.
Forest Service,]. In a year-old plantation of Pinus monticola in Idaho, plots contain and trees/acre before thinning were thinned in and treated with fertilizers (NPK or N as NH4NO3,) in Both thinning and fertilizer Effects of thinning and fertilizing on production of western white pine seed book in the autumn increased female and male strobilus production in the following spring.
Neither treatment had significant effects on Cited by: 4. The effect of the seed cut of the uniform shelterwood silvicultural system on white pine seed production, seed characteristics, and seed viability during.
The purpose of this study is to explore tree growth and soil physio-chemical effects of biochar, fertilizer, and masticated wood as soil amendments surface applied to mature ponderosa pine trees in western Montana, USA, and discuss the implications of these amendments as practical methods in the western United States.
Effects of thinning and site productivity on culmination of stand growth: Results from long-term monitoring experiments in Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica. Abstract.
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Plant spinach seeds an inch apart in rows inches apart and cover the seeds with a 1/2 inch of soil. Keep the soil moist and after the seeds germinate thin them to stand inches apart. Most gardeners like to do this in several passes to determine the strongest plants to save. Thinning is very important and you must be ruthless in the.
Jour, i^orc-stry 3S(8)B. Improving composition in young western white pine stands. Research N 6 pp., tables. Miraeo. Recent trends in sil\ practice on the national forests in the western white Dine type. Jour. Forestry'- 44(11): Zon, Raphael Seed production of western white pine.
Dept. in between. For example, ponderosa pine grows best in full sunlight, and, though it can tolerate shade for years, it generally will not respond with more rapid growth to a thinning of competing trees. White fir, on the other hand, can grow slowly for many years in deep shade but will respond with increased growth if an opening in the forest.
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For white pine, leave good quality, healthy seed trees per hectare ( trees per acre), preferably in semi-straight rows, to make future cutting of the seed trees easier when regeneration becomes well established.
White pine is suited to this system because it is a very windfirm species. Thinning and fertilizing increase growth in a western white pine seed production area.
U.S. Forest Serv. Res. Note INT, 3 pp. Tarrant, R. and Silen, R. Growth and nutrient uptake of irrigated young ponderosa pine after fertilizer treatment.
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It is most often associated with thinning of loblolly, longleaf, shortleaf, slash, and white pine plantations. The fungus commonly infects fresh stumps and then grows through root grafts (roots that come into physical contact and then grow together, sharing water and nutrients) and infects residual trees on the site.
Obviously there are lots of old seed in the seedbed as I got it back again this year. Now I have plots with ryegrass and beautiful stands of arrowleaf and crimson clovers. I would like to let the clovers go to seed but am certain doing so would allow too much time for the ryegrass to re-seed.
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