Published 1984 by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Region in Atlanta, GA .
Written in EnglishRead online
|Statement||by Nathan A. Byrd, Clifford E. Lewis, Henry A. Pearson|
|Series||General report R8 -- GR 4|
|Contributions||Lewis, Clifford E, Pearson, H. A., United States. Forest Service. Southern Region|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p. :|
|Number of Pages||22|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Byrd, Nathan A. Management of southern pine forests for cattle production. Atlanta, Ga.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. forage production, and forestry on the same land management unit.
Silvopasture systems are deliberately designed and managed to produce a high-value timber product (such as sawtimber) in the long term while providing short-term annual economic benefit from a livestock component through the management of forage or an annual crop component.
The first, a short case study Restoring longleaf pine forest ecosystems in the southern United States, is in the book, Forest Restoration in the Boreal and Temperature Zones sponsored by IUFRO. The second is a comprehensive state-of-the-art review, Longleaf Pine Ecosystem Restoration, published as a USDA Forest Service General Technical Report.
Effect of domestic cattle stocking on the nutritional condition of white-tailed deerOdocoileus virginianus (Zimmermann, ) was assessed using physiological indices of collected specimens. Three study areas were delineated in McCurtain County, Oklahoma (heavy cattle stocking), and Howard (moderate to light cattle stocking) and Pike (no cattle stocking) counties, Arkansas that Cited by: 9.
The management plan describes the current conditions and needs of your timber, provides a timetable for prescribed practices, and estimates the costs and returns for anticipated products during the production period (called rotation length for even-aged management, or cutting cycle for all-aged management).
Bobwhites thrive in habitats characterized by native grasses, forbs, and scattered shrubs. Historically, annual burning of fields, grasslands, and open pine forests, along with associated moderate livestock grazing and cropping, provided the right patchwork or “mosaic” of early successional habitats that bobwhite and other grassland wildlife required.
Forests provide a wide array of services, such as timber production, climate stabilization, regulation of water quantity and quality, and cultural benefits, such as recreation.
Some management options increase the supply of several services, but often one service is enhanced to the detriment of others. This year we conducted a symposium on key issues relating to management of ponderosa pine forests and we are currently editing the proceedings.
We released version of the CONIFERS growth and yield simulator and initiated a project to expand the range of the simulator to Douglas-fir stands of the Pacific Northwest. The commercial forests range from the spruce and fir of New Hampshire through the oak, chestnut, and poplar forests of the southern Appalachians, the open, parklike pine forests of the coastal plain, to the rolling, hilly, shortleaf pine forests of Arkansas.
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Larry Landers, William Davis Boyer, and United States. Forest Service. Southern Forest Science: Past, Present, and Future Productivity 98 to optimizing fiber production is to deploy the best genetic material available and to provide sufficient resources to allow the full genetic potential to be realized.
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Today’s Southern forests range from natural stands of hardwood, and pine to planted pines and even hardwoods from the mountains of Missouri and Virginia to the swamps of Louisiana and Florida.
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During the last score of years, they have used two-thirds of the annual output of those forests. It can harvest its annual crop of. united effort to restore Louisiana’s native longleaf pine forests. In doing so, we will help generate wildlife and timber values for Louisiana landowners and perpetuate these magnificent forests for generations to come.
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Timber production In Israel, forests are not planted for timber production, but there has been some wood production as a result of forest management (thinning, sanitation operations and clear cutting after fires).
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The ecological characteristics of the southern pine forests contributed to lumbermen's opportunistic dreams.
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