Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publication Date

1997

Abstract

A major decision in hardwood forest management is the type of final products to produce. Until recently, the only options in many areas of the South for hardwoods were sawtimber products-crossties, dimension lumber, and veneer, for example. In the past ten years, however, hardwood markets have changed dramatically. Across much of the South, hardwood pulpwood is now in very high demand.

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Ezell, A., and S.H. Bullard. 1997. Pulpwood vs. sawtimber: A “quick and dirty” economic analysis of hardwood timber management. In: Proc. National Hardwood Lumber Assoc. Annual Meeting, Cashiers, NC, pp. 147-150.

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