Pines of Silvicultural Importance

This book is compiled from 65 datasheets on pine from the Forestry Compendium Global Module (published by CABI on CD-ROM).

Pines of Silvicultural Importance

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Pines are the most economically important group of trees in the world, covering large parts of the Northern Hemisphere and also being of silvicultural significance in many countries in the Southern Hemisphere. This book is compiled from 65 datasheets on pine from the Forestry Compendium Global Module (published by CABI on CD-ROM). For each species, there is information on common names, taxonomy, botanical features, natural distribution, latitude range, climate, soil properties, silvicultural characteristics, pests, wood and non-wood products.

Pines of South East Asia

Performance of open pollinated progenies of blue pine in Romania . Slivae
Genetica , 43 ( 4 ) : 231-238 . ... Pines of Silviculture Importance , CABI , London ,
U.K. Carl Bordenca , ( 1965 ) . Turpentine as a source of perfume chemicals ...

Pines of South East Asia

Author: Rajeev K. Srivastava

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Pines are unique species of high economic, ecological, cultural and spiritual significance. They provide a multitude of benefits to human beings, including highly nutritious nut like seeds of Chilgoza and durable fragrant wood, as well as other products. At the same time pine forests often have been and continue to be abused and managed for timber production, which destroys the pine production. The growth of world demand for pine nuts and stable high price call for better management of existing pine resources and for their cultivation within and outside native range. Pine was first investigated by Hippocrates, the father of Western medicine, for its benefits to the respiratory system. During the 1800's, tar from the pine was used in many medicines, especially for skin diseases like eczema and psoriasis. The needles were made into stuffing called pine wool that was thought to repel lice, fleas and other pests.

The Silvics and Silviculture of Virginia Pine in Southern Maryland

VIRGINIA PINE (Pinus virginiana Mill.) is an important forest tree in southern
Maryland. The five counties south of Baltimore (fig. l), which comprise southern
Maryland, contain about 825,000 acres of commercial forest land, and Virginia
pine ...

The Silvics and Silviculture of Virginia Pine in Southern Maryland

Author: Richard H. Fenton

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S2This publication presents the knowledge gained to date from these and other pertinent studies on the silvical characteristics of Virginia pine and appropriate silvicultural methods.S3.

Root Growth of White Pine Pinus Strobus L

The general field is so broad that it seemed best to limit the investigation to a
single species of considerable silvicultural importance , hence the choice of
eastern white pine , Pinus strobus L. In the central New England region many
thousand ...

Root Growth of White Pine  Pinus Strobus L

Author: Clark Leavitt Stevens

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Plan of the investigation. The location. Methods os studying root growth. The studies undestaken and results obtained. Rate of root growth. Average annual growth. Applications to silvicultural practice. Relation betwee root growth and crown growth. Factors affecting competition in the stand. Root development and dominance.

Long term Silvicultural Ecological Studies

Key themes of past and current research in ponderosa pine silviculture that
emphasizes long - term studies include the ... Although much of the long - term
research in applied forestry has continued , other topics have increased in
importance .

Long term Silvicultural   Ecological Studies

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Tropical Silviculture

The importance of mycorrhizae to these pines and other forest tree species
seems to be that they are highly efficient ... Another symbiotic association of
silvicultural importance is that between the roots of most legumes and bacteria ...

Tropical Silviculture

Author: Louis Chelunor Nwoboshi

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Foundations of Silviculture

... that only one species is present but rather that only one species of economic or
silvicultural importance is predominant . ... Thus a forest of white pine and beech
with 5 to 10 percent of beech forms a mixed stand because the beech is a ...

Foundations of Silviculture

Author: Toumey

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Silvicultural Guide to Managing for Black Spruce Jack Pine and Aspen on Boreal Forest Ecosites in Ontario

... mortality is to minimize stand stress from silvicultural activities and other factors
such as insect attack (Davis and Meyer 1997). ... Jack Pine Examples of
important species attacking young jack pine are the white pine weevil (Pissodes
strobi), ...

Silvicultural Guide to Managing for Black Spruce  Jack Pine  and Aspen on Boreal Forest Ecosites in Ontario

Author: Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources

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Page: 370

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American Silvics and Silviculture

Take , for example , a dry sand ridge in the southern pine belt . What species will
grow there ? Probably the one that ... is of silvicultural importance only during the
economic life of the tree . The white pine , for example , persists in its growth for ...

American Silvics and Silviculture

Author: Edward Gheen Cheyney

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Page: 472

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Scottish Forestry

The final chapter discusses the future of the native pinewoods of Scotland . ... as
seed sources of particular strains of pine which may have silvicultural importance
at home and abroad ; as survivals or museum pieces of our native vegetation ...

Scottish Forestry

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Silviculture

Jack Pine Height and Volume Growth Response to an Aerial Release Treatment
using 2,4-D on a Plantation near ... of Jack Pine NWOFTDU Technical Report #
12, I988 The pre-commercial thinning ofjack pine is an important silvicultural ...

Silviculture

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Pamphlets on Silviculture

Very forclosed in , the bags are removed . tunately this group contains the four In
order to make certain that the important timber pines of the Southern pollen that is
applied is the only pol states , namely , Slash ( Figure 3 ) len that has a chance ...

Pamphlets on Silviculture

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Silviculture of Slash Pine

Planting ( South Florida Slash Pine ) Ridges and furrows left by cultivation
provide a miniature topography important to survival of pines on flat , wet land
typical of the lower peninsula . There , even 6 inches elevation governs water
level and ...

Silviculture of Slash Pine

Author: Laurence C. Walker

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