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"Nowhere is silviculture more intensively practiced than in the southern United States exempt, perhaps, in certain European nations. This is because of the tremendous demands upon the forests for fiber in a region of optimum climatic characteristics for rapid growth of valuable species. In meeting these demands, management instructs its foresters to shift their efforts into high gear."
School of Forestry, Stephen F. Austin State College
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Walker, Laurence C. and Wiant, Harry V. Jr, "Forestry Bulletin No. 9: Silviculture of Shortleaf Pine" (1966). Forestry Bulletins No. 1-25, 1957-1972. Book 8.
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