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Forest Regeneration Manual

Cover, Chapters, Acknowledgements
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Chapter 1 - Regeneration - An Overview of Past Trends and Basic Steps Needed to Ensure Future Success
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Chapter 2 - Reforestation Economics, Law, and Taxation
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Chapter 3 - Regeneration Methods
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Chapter 4 - Seed Management
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Chapter 5 - Vegetative Propagation of Southern Pines
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Chapter 6 - Bareroot Seedling Culture
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Chapter 7 - Container Seedlings
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Chapter 8 - Seedling Quality of Southern Pines
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Chapter 9 - Characterizing the Site - Environment, Associated Vegetation, and Site Potential
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Chapter 10 - Soil and Site Potential
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Chapter 11 - Species Variation, Allocation, and Tree Improvement
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Chapter 12 - Prescribed Burning for Regeneration
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Chapter 13 - Chemical and Mechanical Site Preparation
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Chapter 14 - Fertilization of Southern Pines at Establishment
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Chapter 15 - Initial Spacing - How Many Trees To Plant
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Chapter 16 - Lifting, Storing, and Transporting Southern Pine Seedlings
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Chapter 17 - Proper Planting Improves Performance
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Chapter 18 - Evaluating Regeneration Success
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Chapter 19 - Vegetation Management after Plantation Establishment
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Chapter 20 - Insect and Disease Management
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Chapter 21 - Wildlife Management in Southern Pine Regeneration Systems
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Chapter 22 - Controlling Vertebrate Animal Damage in Southern Pines
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Index
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