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Southern Pine Density Management for a Healthier Forest

Publication Number: P2893
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Management of pine forests in the southern United States has intensified as timber resource value has increased and the need for sustained production has become evident. Recent increased demands for wood products, widening price differentials between pulpwood and sawtimber, and greater utilization of both small material and a larger number of tree species have increased the attractiveness of forestry investments.

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Assistant Extension Professor
Extension Associate/Research MS PLM Program Coordinator MS Tree Farm Administrator MS SFI Coordina
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Forest Economics and Management
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