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Title: Sweetgum Management

Author: Shropshire, Frank W.; Johnson, Robert L.; Sims, Daniel H.;

Date: 1987

Source: Management Bulletin R8-MB-12. Atlanta, GA: USDA-Forest Service, Southern Region. 12 p.

Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication (MISC)

Description: If your forest has conditions that favor sweetgum, this bulletin can help you manage your trees for their best returns. Sweetgum grows on many different sites and in association with many other species. It is a major component within many diverse stands in the South and several States elsewhere. Markets for sweetgum lumber and pulpwood fluctuate with the economy, but are well established. More than 90 percent of the sweetgum is in the South.

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Shropshire, Frank W.; Johnson, Robert L.; Sims, Daniel H. 1987. Sweetgum Management. Management Bulletin R8-MB-12. Atlanta, GA: USDA-Forest Service, Southern Region. 12 p.

 


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