Long-term trends in loblolly pine productivity and stand characteristics in response to thinning and fertilization in the West Gulf region

@article{Sayer2004LongtermTI,
  title={Long-term trends in loblolly pine productivity and stand characteristics in response to thinning and fertilization in the West Gulf region},
  author={M. S. Sayer and J. Goelz and J. L. Chambers and Zhenmin Tang and T. J. Dean and J. Haywood and D. Leduc},
  journal={Forest Ecology and Management},
  year={2004},
  volume={192},
  pages={71-96}
}
Abstract Two levels each of thinning and fertilization were applied to a 7-year-old loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) plantation on a nitrogen- and phosphorus-deficient West Gulf Coastal Plain site in Louisiana. Levels of thinning were no thinning, or thinning applied 7 and 14 years after stand initiation. Levels of fertilization were no fertilization or broadcast fertilization with diammonium phosphate at age 7 years plus refertilization with urea, monocalcium phosphate, and potash at age 14… Expand
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