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5 edition of Prolonging the cut of southern pine. found in the catalog.

Prolonging the cut of southern pine.

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Published by Yale University Press in New Haven .
Written in English

  • Southern States.
    • Subjects:
    • Pine,
    • Forests and forestry -- Southern States,
    • Lumbering -- Southern States

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesYale university. Yale forest school--Bulletin 2
      ContributionsChapman, Herman Haupt, 1874-1963., Bryant, Ralph Clement, b. 1877.
      LC ClassificationsSD397.P55 P7
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 p. l., 32 p.
      Number of Pages32
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6584712M
      LC Control Number16004497

      An interesting book about that great green patch of nothingness in southern New Jersey called the Pine Barrens! Actually, it's a lot of things, as prolific nature writer John McFee taught me. Although it's dated, having been written 50 years ago, the first eight chapters recount the natural and historic background of the Pine Barrens/5.   I am looking to build a CHEAP raised be garden from regular NON-TREATED #2 yellow pine lumber. I know it will rot, but how long will it take? The reason I am going with cheap pine is because I only plan on building a 5x5 planter box, and I don't know if im going to enjoy it. If I enjoy gardening, then I will spend the money to get red wood or cedar. Veneer production trials were done at a commercial southern pine plywood plant to elucidate the effects of silvicultural treatments on veneer quality, yield, and modulus of elasticity. Forty-nine trees, totaling 1, ft 3, were selected from an intensively managed, year-old loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) plantation at the Hill Farm.   By , most of the old-growth pine in this part of southern Arkansas had been cut by the much larger Gates Lumber Company, which had cleared its holdings and closed in Pomeroy and Connor purchased a limited amount of forested land upon their arrival to Author: Don C. Bragg.

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Published material. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. Book Title. Prolonging the cut of southern pine.

Bryant, Ralph Clement, Cited by: 5. Chapman, Herman H. Prolonging the Cut of Southern Pine. Part I: Possibilities of a Second Cut. Yale Forest Bulletin 2. Bryant, Ralph C. Prolonging the Cut of Southern Pine.

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CHAPMAN INTRODUCTION Since the Yale Forest School has conducted the field work and instruction of the Senior class in the spring term in coopera­ tion with lumber companies located in the southern states.

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