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Title: Fertilizing Southern Hardwoods
Author: Broadfoot, W. M.; Ike, A. F.;
Source: Alabama Forest Product Directory 10(7): 41, 43, 45
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Description: If present trends continue, fertilizing may soon be economically feasible in southern hardwood stands. Demands for the wood are rising, and the acreage alloted for growing it is steadily shrinking. To supply anticipated requests for information, the U. S. Forest Service has established tree nutrition studies at the Southern Hardwoods Laboratory in Stoneville, Mississippi, and the Forestry Sciences Laboratory in Athens, Georgia.
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Broadfoot, W. M.; Ike, A. F. 1967. Fertilizing Southern Hardwoods. Alabama Forest Product Directory 10(7): 41, 43, 45.
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