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Influence of site factors on growth of loblolly and shortleaf pine in Oklahoma

, : Influence of site factors on growth of loblolly and shortleaf pine in Oklahoma. Research Report Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University ( P-900): iii + 25 pp.

A study was made of environmental factors influencing growth and distribution of loblolly pine and shortleaf pine in Oklahoma. Sixty-six environmental factors were examined in relation to site index values at 28 sites within the natural range of shortleaf pine in eastern Oklahoma, and for 10 loblolly pine plantations and 5 shortleaf pine plantations located north and west of the natural range of these species.


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