3 edition of Stump sprouting of four northern hardwoods found in the catalog.
Stump sprouting of four northern hardwoods
Solomon, Dale S.
by Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Upper Darby, Pa
Written in English
|Statement||by Dale S. Solomon and Barton M. Blum.|
|Series||Research paper NE -- 59.|
|Contributions||Blum, Barton M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 p. :|
|Number of Pages||13|
Poisonous Plants of Maryland (University of Maryland). Parts of a few trees are extremely poisonous, and others are dangerous if handled improperly. If one such part is eaten or handled, first aid is required. Trees at Hunting Creek Lake, Cunningham Falls . Four methods of chemically killing native invasive plants can be used: injection, cut-stump, basal bark, and foliar. As the terms injection and cut-stump imply, chemicals are injected into the stems or applied onto the just-cut stump of plants to be killed.
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Get this from a library. Stump sprouting of four northern hardwoods. [Dale S Solomon; Barton M Blum; United States. Department of Agriculture.; United States. Forest Service.; Northeastern Forest Experiment Station Stump sprouting of four northern hardwoods book, Pa.)] -- "A study of sprout occurrence and development in recently cutover northern hardwood stands was conducted in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.".
related to stump diameter, while stump sprouting for white Within each stand, ha plots were located on a sys- oak was related to stump diameter in northem lower Michi- tematic basis. From. Note that stump sprouting declines with increasing stump diameter and with increasing age of the oak trees.
White oak with stump diameters greater than 12" will produce few viable sprouts. Likewise, only about 10% - 20% of pin oak, black oak and red oak with stump diameters greater than 16” will produce viable stump sprouts.
On the lower end. Regenerating Woodland Stands Eli Sagor, Extension Specialist, University of Minnesota Melvin J. Baughman, Extension Forester, Retired, University of Minnesota John G. DuPlissis, Silviculture Program Coordinator, University of Minnesota Natural Resources Research Institute Reviewed and revised in by Eli Sagor and John DuPlissis.
There are many reasons to harvest and regenerate a. Stump sprouting of 19 upland hardwood species 1 year following initiation of a shelterwood with reserves silvicultural system in the southern Appalachian Mountains, USA Article in New Forests 46(3.
Oaks also reproduce from stump sprouts following a harvest. Sprouting frequency declines as tree diameter and age increase. Northern red oaks sprout more frequently than white and black oaks.
New sprouts grow rapidly and are usually straight and well formed, especially if they arise close to ground level. Intermediate Treatments. A test of point-sampling in northern hardwoods / (Upper Darby, Pa.: U.S.
Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, ), by Dale S. Solomon and Pa.) Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor (page images at HathiTrust). Ostrya virginiana (Mill.)K. Koch. Eastern Hophornbeam. Betulaceae -- Birch family. Metzger. Eastern hophornbeam (Ostrya virginiana), also called American hophornbeam, hornbeam, leverwood, and "ironwood," is a small, short-lived tree scattered in the understory of hardwood has a slow to medium growth rate on a great variety of soils and produces an extremely hard wood.
GENERAL DISTRIBUTION: White oak grows throughout much of the eastern United States from southwest Maine to northern Florida, Alabama, and Georgia [53,83,].It extends westward throughout southern Ontario and Quebec into central Michigan, northern Wisconsin, and southeastern Minnesota and south to southwestern Iowa, eastern Kansas, eastern Oklahoma, and eastern Texas [55,83].
ulate stump and root sprouting or suckering. Burning and mowing can temporarily control the spread of young shoots from a parent tree or clone; however both can promote seed germina-tion and stimulate sprouting. •Chemical: All black locust stems in a clone must be File Size: 6MB.
The ability of Chondrostereum purpureum preparates to control sprouting of seven hardwood species in Lithuania one year following applications was tested: native Betula pendula, Alnus incana, Populus tremula and Salix caprea, and invasive Acer negundo, Hippophae rhamnoides and Robinia pseudoacacia were inoculated with C.
purpureum. The experiments were performed twice: in July and October Cited by: 6. Each year millions of people visit the area of rugged California coastline and wild mountains known as Big Sur.
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Oaks, (genus Quercus) are an important group of trees in the United States. Recently many scientists have become alarmed about the failure of oak types to regenerate. This paper will review the problems with oak regeneration, the biology of seed production and make recommendations to improve the chances of obtaining adequate red oak regeneration.
Great laurel reproduces primarily through layering, root sprouting, or stump sprouting, and occasionally by seed when conditions are conducive [96,]. Despite its shade tolerance, any great laurel regeneration, whether by seed or vegetative growth, requires openings in the canopy before thickets can form or increase in size [ 91 ].
Forestry USFS Report Solomon, Dale S. and Blum, Barton M. Stump Sprouting of Four Northern Hardwoods 1 lab GPS Guide Hurn, Jeff Differential GPS Explained 2 lab Maple Guide Chapeskie, D. et al. A Guide to Improving and Maintaining Sugar Bush Health and Productivity 1.
Acer pensylvanicum L. Striped Maple. Aceraceae -- Maple family. William J. Gabriel and Russell S. Walters. Striped maple (Acer pensylvanicum) (8), also called moosewood, is a small tree or large shrub identified by its conspicuous vertical white stripes on greenish-brown grows best on shaded, cool northern slopes of upland valleys where it is common on welldrained sandy loams in small.
Stump sprouting - in many species, a tree can be burned or cut without damaging its long taproot. The taproot will then stimulate new growth in the form of sprouts from the stump. The many thin trees that result are sometimes called coppice-growth. Sucker - A secondary shoot produced from the base or roots of a woody plant that gives rise to a.
Understanding trees and how they grow is basic to the practice of silviculture. Silviculture is the practice by which stands are tended, harvested and replaced by new stands to meet specified objectives.
It includes the “green circle” from artificial regeneration or natural regeneration to harvesting (Figure 2). The intent of this module is to help readers understand some basic. Carya tomentosa, (mockernut hickory, mockernut, white hickory, whiteheart hickory, hognut, bullnut) is a tree in the Juglandaceae or walnut family.
The most abundant of the hickories, common in the eastern half of the US, it is long lived, sometimes reaching the age of years.A straight-growing hickory, a high percentage of its wood is used for products where strength, hardness, and Clade: Tracheophytes.
Cherrybark oak sprouts vigorously from the stump when the top has been killed or cut back. Sprouting is most prevalent on young stems cm (10 in) or less in diameter. With well-established root systems, growth of sprout-origin stands is rapid, regardless of site quality, for about 20 years.
Equations have beenFile Size: 88KB. After a fire or cutting, birch will regenerate by sending out large numbers of new sprouts from stumps; while these new sprouts will self-thin, stump sprouting often leads to multiple stem trees.
Like many other cloned organisms, birch originating from stem sprouts tend to mature earlier and decline at a younger age than trees originating from.Traveling across the state, you soon discover that Oregon is home to a wide range of trees.
There are 30 native coniferous species and 37 native species of broadleaf trees. Oregon varies greatly in terms of elevation, temperature, wind, rainfall and soil composition. Combinations of all these factors help determine the dominant tree species of an area.The trees are now four to eight inches in diam-eter, are closely spaced, and run heavily to stump-sprout groups.
In fact, a thinning for stove wood could now be made, and the residual would grow faster. The rest of the area had some nice red oak here and there, growing in mixture with other hardwoods or above an understory of hemlock. A few of File Size: KB.