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Growing oak trees to maturity begins with two ingredients: viable acorns and competitive seedlings. USDA Forest Service scientist Stacy Clark wrote a cookbook to help managers with the regeneration process in healthy, productive oak forests.
- Effects of planting stock on growth and survival in an artificially regenerated shortleaf pine forest in the Southern Appalachian Mountains
Keyser, Tara L.; MacDonald Amelia L.
- Projecting stand development and economics of longleaf pine planted outside its known historical range
VanderSchaaf, Curtis L.; Blazier, Michael A.; Adams, Joshua P.
- Thirty years of cooperative oak research and technology development in the southern region
Clark, Stacy L.; Schlarbaum, Scott E.; Crane, Barbara; Tibbs, Tom.
- Natural pruning varying with sweetgum variety and density
Adams, Joshua P.; Blazier, Michael; VanderSchaaf, Curtis L.
- The effect of drought on loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) photosynthesis and whether thinning or genetic entry can improve plantation drought resilience
Cone, Norman J. IV; Adams, Joshua P.; Blazier, Michael A.; Sayer, Mary Anne S.; Tyree, Michael C.