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Parameters of site for certain growth components of slash pine

D. S. Jackson

Parameters of site for certain growth components of slash pine

(Pinus elliottii Engelm)

by D. S. Jackson

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Published by Duke University, School of Forestry in Durham, N.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pine.,
  • Reforestation.,
  • Forest site quality.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby D. S. Jackson.
    SeriesBulletin / Duke University. School of Forestry -- no. 16., Bulletin (Duke University. School of Forestry) -- no. 16.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 118 p. ;
    Number of Pages118
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14139657M

    Provisional working definitions of old-growth characteristics are provided for longleaf pine, slash pine, and pond pine forests. These definitions can be used to identify and evaluate stands for retention in old-growth management programs. Citation: Harms, William R. An Old-Growth Definition for Wet Pine Forests, Woodlands, and Savannas. Da die im Süden des afrikanischen Kontinents natürlich vorkommenden Baumarten wirtschaftlich bedeutungslos sind, kommt der Waldertragskunde zur Beurteilung der Anbauwürdigkeit ausländischer Baumarten eine wichtige Aufgabe zu. In Ermangelung langfristiger Beobachtungsergebnisse von Versuchsflächen mit differenzierter Behandlung, muß das Wachstum der Plantagen-Baumarten aus .


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Parameters of site for certain growth components of slash pine by D. S. Jackson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jackson, D. Parameters of site for certain growth components of slash pine. Durham, N.C.: Duke University, School of. The ease and success of planting slash pine have signifi-cantly increased in its range.

Extensive planting and natural regeneration of open agricultural and forest land brought a sharp rise in slash pine acreage between and (Sheffield and others ). Much of the planting was on sites that did not favor slash pine, and where performanceCited by: Slash pine was introduced in Kentucky, Virginia and eastern Texas in the 's, and now reproduces naturally within these states.

Habitat: The climate within the natural range of slash pine is warm and humid, and it likes wet summers, drier falls and springs. It grows well with rainfall averages about mm (50 in) per year, andFile Size: 98KB.

Keywords: Pirurs elliottii, REIML, variance components, heritability, type B genetic correlation, binomial traits INTRODUCTION In Queensland, slash pine (Pinus elliottii Engelm. var. elliottii) has been grown in commercial plantations for over five decades. More than-' of logs are currently being harvested from mature slash pine.

Seasonal height and girth growth patterns of hybrids between Slash Pine (Pinus elliottii Engelm. var elliottii L. & D.) and Caribbean Pine (Pinus caribaea Mor.

var hondurensis B. & G.) were compared with those of the parental species over one year at Beerwah Forest in southern coastal Queensland, Australia.

The parental growth patterns differed by: 5. The “Growth, Yield and Carbon Balance Modelfor Planted Slash Pine” is provided "as is," without warranty of any kind, express or implied, including but not limited to the warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and non-infringement.

In no event shall the author be liable for any claim, damages or other liability. Figure 1. Mature Slash Pine. Slash Pine1 Edward F. Gilman and Dennis G. Watson2 INTRODUCTION The species elliottii is a large, stately, heavily-branched, long-needled conifer has a rapid growth rate and is capable of reaching feet in height with a three to four-foot-diameter trunk (Fig.

The six-inch-long cones appear among the dark. old slash pine (Finus elliottii Engelm.) plantation growing on land of high site quality near Bogalusa, Louisiana were studied. Four thinning treatments (Light Low, Light Crown, Heavy Crown and Selection) and a control (unthinned) were compared. Each treatment included two l/4-acre plots, and individual tree measurements were taken periodically.

Slash pine, along with longleaf pine, is a commercially important pine tree and one of the most frequently planted timber species in North America. Two varieties are recognized: P. elliottii var. elliottii, the slash pine most frequently encountered, and P. elliottii var.

densa, that grows naturally only in the southern half of peninsula. slash pine is not a fire-hardy species. Fire has a lethal effect on slash pine seedlings, and it will frequently kill the saplings.

Site preparation may be of some benefit in early survival and growth, but its practice is relatively unimportant in slash pine plantations. growth. Typical slash pine makes excellent early height growth, but south Florida slash pine has a grasslike, almost stemless stage that lasts from 2 to 6 years.

Moreover, south Florida slash pine lacks the straight axis or stem character- istic of the typical variety and often develops forked boles. More acres of planted slash pine are also approaching a merchantable condition than any other species, even though the bulk of the plantings has been in the last 20 years.

Because most planting is so recent, there has been a lack of information on the growth and yield of slash pine plantations. Read on for more slash pine tree information. Slash Pine Tree Facts. Slash pine tree is suitable for growing in USDA plant hardiness zones 8 through It grows at a relatively fast rate, attaining about 14 to 24 inches of growth per year.

This is a good-sized tree that reaches heights of 75 to feet at maturity. Slash pine is an attractive. Genetic parameters for wood density and wood density components of slash pine (Pinuselliottii Engelm.) were estimated using measurements on 56 open-pollinated families.

1. Introduction. Loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) and slash pine (Pinus elliottii Engelm.) are the two most important commercial timber species in the southeastern United States (Smith et al.,Dicus and Dean, ).An important decision for forest landowners is to select the proper species for a given site.

Forest landowners require knowledge of loblolly and slash pine growth performance. A simulation model for closed-canopy slash pine forests (SPM2) includes extensions to a previously described model. Additions to SPM2 include incorporation of major understory species, addition of site water balance components, and replacing the daily time-step decomposition and growth respiration fluxes with hourly outputs.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Volume, Weight, and Yield Tables for Slash Pine Plantation in the Southeastern Coastal Plain Item Preview remove-circle.

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in dramatic growth response of slash pine. Other studies also indicated that control of both shrub and herbaceous competition results in large early gains in slash and loblolly pine growth in the Lower Coastal Plain of Georgia and north Florida (PMRC, unpublished data).

• A site preparation study was established in to evaluate the effect of different site preparation treatments on growth and yield of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) plantations on the. random parameters in the same equation), valid prediction intervals (i.e.

95% confidence intervals) can be determined for the predictions. The model was fitted with data through age 17 from the PMRC Coastal Plain Site Preparation Study.

Five examples of predictions for an intensively site-prepared slash pine. Integrated Growth, Yield and In Situ Biomass Model For Planted Southern Pines User Manual Page 5 -Comparable Site Index Calculator (L1:R6) Comparable site index (base age = 25 years for loblolly and slash pine; base age = 50 years for longleaf pine) can be calculated if.

Densa pine (pinus elliottii var. densa) - also known as South Florida slash pine - is a smaller, pretty pine sometimes available from plant nurseries.

Plant specs. Slash pine trees are moderate to fast growers that can reach 60 to 80 feet tall. They need full sun and well-drained soil.

This tree is cold hardy and does well anywhere in Florida. An annual growth model that predicts individual tree survival and diameter growth was developed for loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) and slash pine (Pinus elliottii) trees in East Texas as a function of individual-tree diameter, plantation age, basal area per acre, dominant height, quadratic mean diameter, and presence of fusiform rust (Cronartium.

BSP) in northwestern Ontario from open-pollinated families and more than 42 trees. Unbiased estimates of narrow-sense heritability for tree height growth averaged, and at ages 6, 11, and 19 years, respectively, from combined-site analyses compared with, and for the same ages from single-site analyses.

slash pine. The SIMS model (Shiver and Borders ) was used for longleaf pine growth and yields. Depending on establishment costs, intermediate management costs, growth rates, other sources of income (in this paper series; pine straw), and stumpage prices shorter rotations for loblolly and slash pine are often financially attractive and are.

The predicted height of slash pine from the Chapman- Richards model was 68 ft. Mean daily temperature •n the. summer had the greatest effect on slash pine height growth at this age. Summer temperature (TJUNEAUG) accounted for.

46% of the variation of slash pine height growth. Summer rainfall (RJUNEAUG) contributed another 16% of the varia. A four year study was undertaken to examine the effects of these intensive practices on the properties of loblolly and slash pine wood by applying a common sampling method over 10 existing field experiments.

Early weed control gets young pines off to a rapid start, often with dramatically increased growth rates.

economic uncertainty. To address these questions, we used the Georgia Pine Plantation (GaPPs ) growth and yield Model developed by Bailey and Zhao (). The majority of stand and tree data to develop the GaPPs growth and yield models for slash and loblolly were in the.

Both aggregative and disaggregative strategies were used to develop additive nonlinear biomass equations for slash pine (Pinus elliottii Engelm. var. elliottii) trees in the southeastern United the aggregative approach, the total tree biomass equation was specified by aggregating the expectations of component biomass models, and their parameters were estimated by jointly fitting all.

According to Lohrey and Kossuth (): "The climate within the natural range of slash pine is warm and humid with wet summers and drier falls and ll averages about mm (50 in) per year and summer rains of 13 mm ( in) or more occur about four times per month.

The mean annual temperature in the slash pine region is 17° C (63° F), with extremes of 41° C (° F) and For southern yellow pine species, there are extensive growth and yield models for loblolly pine, many for slash pine, and some for longleaf pine (D. Dickens, personal communication ).

4,12 Information on the growth and yield of shortleaf pine, however, is less comprehensive than the other three southern yellow pines and surprisingly limited. Inoculation of seedlings of rust resistant slash pine families with single-gall and mixed-gall sources of Cronartium quercuum f.

fusiforme. FBRC Report # Xiao, Y. Jokela, E.J. and White T.L. Species differences in crown structure and growth performance of juvenile loblolly and slash pine. For. Ecol. Manage. Silviculture of slash pine (Stephen F. Austin State College. School of Forestry.

Bulletin 16) Unknown Binding – January 1, by Laurence C Walker (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Amazon Book Review Free book recommendations, author interviews, editors' picks, and more. Author: Laurence C Walker. Loblolly pine trees had more branches, wider crowns, higher amounts of foliage biomass and leaf area, and overall growth than slash pine at both ages, but produced less volume per unit leaf area ( cm3 wood/m2 leaf area) than improved slash pine (1,) and unimproved slash pine (1,).

LOPEZ-UPTON, J., T. L WHITE and D. HUBER (): Effects of site and intensive culture on family differences in early growth and rust incidence of loblolly and slash pine.

Silvae Genet. LYNCH, M. and B. WALSH (): Genetics and analysis of quantitative traits. Sinauer Associates, Inc., Sunderland, MA P. branch biomass in loblolly and slash pine • Individual tree growth and crown characteristics for 3- and 4-year-old loblolly and slash pine planted at two locations in north central Florida • Specific leaf area (SLA), leaf biomass, branch biomass, and leaf area for 3- and.

Loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) is the most widely planted commercial timber species in West Gulf Coastal Plain (WGCP), particularly in east Texas and western ping a suitable site index (SI) model, the most widely used method for evaluating site quality, is a necessary component of developing sound management plans for plantations.

Timilsina N, Staudhammer CL () Individual Tree-Based Diameter Growth Model of Slash Pine in Florida Using Nonlinear Mixed Modeling. Forest Sci 1: 27– View Article Google Scholar 6. Wykoff WR () A basal area increment model for individual conifers in.

Goals / Objectives This project, with the benefit of extensive designed field studies installed and monitored in South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi has the following objectives: 1.

Quantify and model the effects of different methods of site preparation on cutover forestland for loblolly (Pinus taeda L.) and slash (Pinus elliottii Engelm.) pine plantation growth and yield. Fire Effects On Pine Species.

Pine tree species make up much of the overstory in many of Florida’s fire-type ecological communities as well as being a resource managed by the forest products industry.

Due to the significant focus of many resource management programs on managing pine canopy, effects on individual pine species are described.For southern yellow pine species, there are extensive growth and yield models for loblolly pine, many for slash pine, and some for longleaf pine (D.

Dickens, personal commu-nication ).4,12 Information on the growth and yield of shortleaf pine, however, is less .Pretreatment Efficacy and Lignin Solubility of Organic Solvents on Juvenile Slash Pine Chips for Lignin Value Prior to Pulping. Thomas T. Kwok, 1,a,b John R. Bright,1,a Matthew J.

Realff, a,b and Andreas S. Bommarius a,b,c, * Organic solvent treatment of wood chips can be a key to converting pulp mills into pulp-producing biorefineries.