Survival of pines on droughty soils: two-year resultsFaculty Publications
Document TypeConference Proceeding
AbstractThree species of pines (loblolly, slash and longleaf) were planted with four treatments (loblolly and slash = bareroot, clay dip slurry and TerrasorH ; longleaf = containerized) to test survival on droughty, typic quartzipsamments soils. At the end of the first season, survival~s significantly better for the containerized longleaf and Terrasoro treated loblolly pine (81 and 85%) followed by untreaRed loblolly pine (51%), clay-treated loblolly (50%), then Terrasorb treated slash (48%), untreated slash (41%) and clay-treated slash (36%). At the e~of the second growing season, longleaf had 56% survival, Terrasor~ treated loblolly (51%), clay-dip slurry loblolly (31.9%), Terrasoro treated slash (21%), untreated loblolly pine (20%) and clay-treated slash and untreated slash (17%). Pest management recommendations and management considerations are presented.
Citation InformationJames Kroll, William C. Deauman, C. Darwin Foster, David Kulhavy, et al.. "Survival of pines on droughty soils: two-year results" (1985)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/david_l_kulhavy/55/