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Long-term impact of hardwood control treatments in mature pine stands

Michael D. Cain

Long-term impact of hardwood control treatments in mature pine stands

by Michael D. Cain

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station in New Orleans, La .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hardwoods.,
  • Spraying and dusting residues in agriculture.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMichael D. Cain.
    SeriesResearch paper SO -- 214.
    ContributionsSouthern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17559108M

      Deposits on the surface of treated wood present problems in gluing. Oil-type preservatives typically present more problems than waterborne treatments. Wood treated with very high retentions of creosote or pentachlorophenol in heavy solvents is essentially non-gluable. Low retentions of penta in light solvents may be somewhat more readily glued. For the control of pests that may be harbored in wood packaging material (i.e. crates and pallets), the ISPM 15 requires heat treatment of wood to 56 °C for 30 minutes to receive the HT stamp. This is typically required to ensure the killing of the pine wilt nematode and other kinds of wood pests that could be transported internationally.

    The understory is pretty thin, enough that deer don't really hang out in my forest because neighboring pine plots provide better cover. There is not much for real trees growing in here-- there are some bushy-like trees that I know dont' grow over 20 feet or so (sorry, don't know the name) in some places. Environmental and Land Use Changes: A Long-term Perspective. western species such as papershell pinon pine The overall result was a period from the ’s until the ’s when mature Ashe juniper stands were greatly depleted, primarily on the eastern and southern Edwards Plateau. During this time, however, when harvesting ceased.

    For a number of years, pine framework was thought to be too heavy, but this was mainly because the wood was not being dried correctly. Today, the key players in the French pine industry all have dryers. A dry pine frame has the same density as a dry Douglas or fir wood frame, for example. Catégorie: Looking to use pine wood in construction? Shasta-Trinity National Forest proposes to harvest timber and remove accumulations of down wood (fuels) on approximately acres of National Forest System lands. Trees on about 80% of the area would be thinned by removing a portion of the trees from overcrowded forest stands. Trees removed.


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Long-term impact of hardwood control treatments in mature pine stands by Michael D. Cain Download PDF EPUB FB2

Long-term impact of hardwood control treatments in mature pine stands. New Orleans, La.: Southern Forest Experiment Station, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Michael D Cain; Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.).

On managed land, outbreaks of secondary bark beetles occur infrequently, and primarily impact dense, unthinned young pine stands. Infestations temporarily increase after burning or thinning. Increases in beetle activity are usually short-lived, and the long-term benefits of thinning and prescribed burning outweigh the temporary, negative effects.

Forage Production After Hardwood Control in a Southern Pine. Hardwood Stand ROBERT M. BLAIR Abstract. After hardwoods were removed from an all-aged pine-hardwood stand in central Louisiana, herbage available in late summer increased for 2 to 4 years, then de­ clined rapidly as the density and growth of pine seedlings by: Controlling Hardwoods in Longleaf Pine Restoration 4 Several herbicides may be broadcast by ground or aerial equipment to selectively remove hardwood trees and brush in southern pine stands.

The most common materials are Arsenal Applicators Concentrate (imazapyr) and various formulations of hexazinone (Velpar L, Velpar ULW, and Pronone 10 G). Understory pine and hardwood regeneration in the Ozark and Ouachita National Forests were measured in for the first time following thinning and hardwood control at plot establishment Red maple (Acer rubrum), shortleaf pine and flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) were the most frequently recorded by: 1.

Importance of Hardwood Tree Plantings • FNR new opportunities for wildlife habitat options and helps stimulate fruit production. Other wildlife species prefer cover afforded by mature forest stands with relatively low tree densities. For example, the Indiana bat.

Proceedings of the 20th Central Hardwood Forest Conference GTR-NRS-P assuming a Girard form class of Standing volume was calculated for white oak (Quercus alba), post oak (Q. stellata), red oaks (Q.

coccinea, Q. falcata, Q. velutina), hickories (Carya glabra, C. texana, C. tomentosa), and for all species together using International ¼-inch log by: 3. hardwood stands become degraded and to describe corrective measures for improving degraded hard-wood stands.

Degraded Hardwood Stands Definition The term “degraded” in this manuscript includes all low-quality and problem hardwood stands.

As a result of past practices, degraded hardwood stands usually contain trees that are crooked, rotten or. hardwood component. However, long-term management will require follow-up treatments of either fire or herbicides to control the sprouts.

Machinery – Bulldozers can be used to clear large trees and underbrush, particularly in larger tracts where the desired groundcover is completely absent and re-planting and re-seeding will need to : Patrick J. Minogue, Kimberly Bohn, Rick Williams. ELSEVIER Forest Ecology and Management 95 () Forest Ecology and Management Long-term species and structural changes after cleaning young even-aged northern hardwoods in New Hampshire, USA William B.

Leak *, Marie-Louise Smith USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Durham, NHUSA Accepted 19 December Abstract The effects of Cited by: Six individual shortleaf pine-hardwood stands 1–10 ha in size were used for the study.

Three stands had not received any restoration or silvicultural activities during the last 40 years and were typical closed canopy shortleaf pine-hardwood stands (control). The other three stands were restored SPBG by: ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION OF AN OLD-GROWTH LONGLEAF PINE STAND UTILIZING PRESCRIBED FIRE J.

Morgan Varner, III, John S. Kush, and Ralph S. Meldahl School of Forestry, M. White Smith Hall, Auburn University, AL ABSTRACT. Ecological restoration using prescribed fire has been underway for 3 years in an uncut, old-growth longleaf pine.

The southern pine beetle (Dendroctonus frontalis) (SPB) is an eruptive pest of pine forests in the southeastern United us studies have been conducted on the relationships among SPB population dynamics, climatic factors, natural enemies, and competitors, but the influence of changes in forest management through time on SPB activity has received little by: @article{osti_, title = {Above- and belowground competition from longleaf pine plantations limits performance of reintroduced herbaceous species.}, author = {Harrington, T B and Dagley, C M and Edwards, M B}, abstractNote = {Although overstory trees limit the abundance and species richness of herbaceous vegetation in longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) plantations, the responsible.

The Ouachita National Forest and the Southern Forest Experiment Station launched a long-term research project in to study uneven-aged management of shortleaf pine and pine-hardwood mixtures in the Ouachita Mountains. The successful use of uneven-aged management in the southern pines has to date been limited to pure stands.

Primary defects, as a percentage of surface area, found in boards sawn from plantation and natural stands. W EST.J.A PPL.F OR. 24(3) densely stocked stands of ponderosa pine. One of the easiest ways to avoid wood flooring installation failures is to have a clear understanding of relative humidity (RH) and its impact on wood.

Wood is a hygroscopic material, which means that it will swell and shrink as it absorbs and loses moisture. This will happen as a direct result of the environment it is placed in. Chemical control: Herbicides are effective in gaining initial control of a new invasion or a severe infestation, but they are rarely a complete or long-term solution to weed management.

See the Weed control methods handbook [ 67 ] for considerations on the use of herbicides in natural areas and detailed information on specific chemicals. This study uses long-term simulations toexplorethe consequences of several silvicultural regimes for wood production, wood quality and ecological attributes of forest stands.

The regimes differ by length of time between harvests (rotation length), timing and type of thinning treatments, and the cover of canopy trees retained at harvest. White pine gives an extra year of notice: small cones form the first year, with the cones enlarging and maturing in the fall of the next year.

Other ways to favor desirable species include shelterwood cuts, where appropriate, in which roughly half of the forest canopy is removed to allow light in while retaining mature trees as a seed source.

Long-Term Effects of Site Preparation Treatments, Complete Competition Control, and Repeated Fertilization on Growth of Slash Pine Plantations in the Flatwoods of the Southeastern United States.Long-term effects of site preparation treatments, complete competition control and repeated fertilization on growth of slash pine plantations in the flatwoods of the southeastern United States.

Forest Science Zhao, D*; Kane, M; Borders, B; Harrison, M; and Rheney, J. Site preparation and competing vegetation control affect.Forest crops are long-term investments, and many of the most valuable trees take 80 to years to fully mature.

Most trees with diameters approaching 16 inches are marketable for lumber. The Forestry Extension of Iowa State University states that the value of lumber is "affected by species, quality of the trees, ease of logging, size of the.