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Initial Progress of a Cottonwood Plantation in the Piedmont of South Carolina

In March 1963, a cottonwood (Populus deltoides Bartr.) plantation was established to permit the start of an exploration of the economic and biological possibilities of fast-growing hardwood plantations on fertile river bottom soils in the Carolina Piedmont. These soils are natural hardwood sites that were expected to be very favorable for hardwood plantations.


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Author(s): Edward F. Daly

Publication: Tree Planters' Notes - Issue 65 (1964)

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