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Growth and development of thinned versus unthinned yellow-poplar sprout clumps

Donald E. Beck

Growth and development of thinned versus unthinned yellow-poplar sprout clumps

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Published by Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station in Asheville, N.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forest thinning,
  • Poplar -- North Carolina,
  • Liriodendron tulipifera

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Donald E. Beck.
    SeriesResearch paper SE -- 173., Research paper SE -- 173.
    ContributionsSoutheastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.), United States. Forest Service.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination11 p. :
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17817677M
    OCLC/WorldCa3761977

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Growth and development of thinned versus unthinned yellow-poplar sprout clumps by Donald E. Beck Download PDF EPUB FB2

DEVELOPMENT OF UNTHINNED CLUMPS At age 6 there was an average of stems per unthinned sprout clumps on both sites, with a range of 2 to 14 stems per stump. Eighteen years later, at only stems per stump remained alive. No stump had more than four Growth and development of thinned versus unthinned yellow-poplar sprout clumps book stems remaining.

Based on the relative size and vigor of the surviving stems, it appearsCited by: 8. The untreated clumps thinned themselves to an average of two stems per clump during the same time period. Thinning to one stem had no apparent effect on butt rot potential from the parent stump, but did reduce the potential for rot from dying ancillary.

Citation: Beck, Donald E. Growth and Development of Thinned Versus Unthinned Yellow-Poplar Sprout by: 8. Get this from a library. Growth and development of thinned versus unthinned yellow-poplar sprout clumps. [Donald E Beck; United States.

Department of Agriculture.; Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.); United States. Forest Service.]. Yellow-poplar of the age and size harvested in second-growth stands sprouts prolifically.

Trees of sprout origin are more subject to butt rot than those of seedling origin (42). Nevertheless, a high percentage of stumps that sprout produce at least one stem that is well anchored, vigorous, and of desirable quality for crop-tree development (20).

Simultaneous growth and yield equations were developed for predicting basal area growth and cubic-foot volume growth and yield in thinned stands of yellow-poplar. species grow; do clumps of trees grow as well as single trees of the same size; and highest rate of volume growth per tree and thinning to to Growth of Thinned and Unthinned Hardwood.

At the study's initiation, one-third of the clumps were thinned to one stem and one-third to two stems; the remaining clumps contained three or more live stems and were not thinned o Based on 5. PDF | Thinning oak stump sprouts to a single stem at an early age will increase diameter growth of the released stem.

Beck DE () Growth and development of thinned versus unthinned yellow-poplar sprout clumps. USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, Asheville, NC, Res. Pap. SE, p 16 Growth and development of thinned versus unthinned yellow-poplar sprout clumps book ScholarCited by: In examining the basal area growth of thinned and unthinned loblolly pine stands, Hasenauer et al.

() demonstrated the importance Growth and development of thinned versus unthinned yellow-poplar sprout clumps book accounting for the intensity of the thinning, not Growth and development of thinned versus unthinned yellow-poplar sprout clumps book.

clumps, however, were taller than those on the thinned clumps. The hybrid poplar sprout clumps responded to thin- ning much the same as do clumps of yellow-poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera). Beck () found that thin- ning yellow-poplar to one stem per clump at 6 years did not affect either height or diameter growth over the following 18 years.

The objectives of this study were to develop a growth and yield model for yellow-poplar that can be used to evaluate thinning options.

This model should be efficient to use and provide detailed information about stand structure. To accomplish these objectives, we 1. Developed a stand-level model for thinned stands of yellow-poplar, and 2.

ABBOTT, I. Emergence, early survival and growth of seedlings of six tree species in Mediterranean forest of Western Australia.

For. Ecol. Manage., 9} ABBOTT, I. and LONERAGAN, O. Growth rate and long-term population dynamics of Jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata Donn ex Sm.) regeneration in Western Australian forest. Aust. 3 File Size: 1MB. Yellow-poplar stump sprouts are capable of very rapid growth and often dominate stands on good sites following harvest cutting.

Thinning to one stem per stump at 6 years of age did not affect either height or diameter growth over the succeeding 18 years. Book Author(s): Aaron R. Weiskittel Diameter increment and survival equations for loblolly pine trees growing in thinned and unthinned plantations on cutover, site‐prepared lands.

Development of a basal area growth system for maritime pine in northwestern Spain using the generalized algebraic difference approach. The effects of early and continuous density control on the characteristics of mature loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) were measured at age 38 and in plots planted at spacings of ×, ×, ×, ×, and × m were either left unthinned or thinned every 5 years beginning at to residual basal areas of,and m 2 ha − by: Results of a general linear model for the main effects of treatment (thinned vs.

unthinned), species, initial diameter, stand (Clavicle, Fresca, Snow White), and the interaction between treatment and stand on diameter growth over 14 years for existing upper canopy trees (dbh 65–80 cm).Cited by: 5.

Thinning plants is a necessary evil we must all face in the gardening realm. Knowing when and how to thin plants is important for their overall health and success. The practice of thinning plants is done to allow them plenty of growing room so that they can receive all the proper growth requirements (moisture, nutrients, light, etc.) without.

Yellow-poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera L.) is one of the more commonly regenerated species in upland Piedmont stands following clearcut reproduction studies show that a variety of silvicultural activities affect the growth of yellow-poplar seedlings.

However, the factors responsible for these changes in growth have not been documented in by: 4. By using the tables, the timber growercan predict volume production for a variety of initial stand conditions, thinning regimes, and rotation lengths.

Citation: Farrar, Robert M., Jr. Growth and Yield Predictions for Thinned Stands of Even-aged Natural Longleaf by: 3. The dummy variable methods and nested F-tests showed that there were significant differences in the parameters between thinned and unthinned treatments, demonstrating that thinning had changed the height–diameter allometry.

This, combined with the nature of the change, suggests that thinning promoted diameter growth and loss of height : Cheng Deng, Shougong Zhang, Yuanchang Lu, Robert E.

Froese, Angang Ming, Qingfen Li. The data used in this study were collected from permanent plots established in thinned and unthinned loblolly pine plantations on cutover, site-prepared lands (Burkhart et al., ).At each of locations, three treatment plots were installed: an unthinned control, a lightly thinned and a heavily thinned by: Tree Fruit Growth Regulators and Chemical Thinning: The Proceedings of the Pacific Northwest Tree Fruit Shortcourse Ronald Bradford Tukey, Max W.

Williams Washington State University, Cooperative Extension, - Fruit - pages. point-up versus point-down acorns, the development of a long (inch) taproot the first growing season, the early propensity of tanoak seedlings to die back and become seed-ling-sprouts, and the density and development of seedling-sprouts of both species.

Some manipulation of root-crown sprouts and the effect on growth and form also has been : P.M. McDonald. Tree - Tree - Tree structure and growth: In the section Ecological and evolutionary classification, it is pointed out that land plants are descended from aquatic plants.

The early aquatic plants required few modifications for structural support or water and nutrient absorption, since the surrounding water fulfilled their needs. The water, far denser than the air, buoyed the plant body; the. Properties of Thinned and Unthinned Midrotation Loblolly Pine (Pinus taeda L.) Stands Finto Antony, Laurence R.

Schimleck, Richard F. Daniels, and Alexander Clark III Growth and wood properties were measured on breast height cores collected from two stands, New Bern and Bertie, located in the lower Coastal Plain of North Carolina.

the unthinned stands, and about 7% ( m2/ha) in the thinned stands, after 9 years with a single application of kg N/ha. • Doubling the fertilizer dosage from kg N/ha to kg N/ha on the average increased stand net basal area relative response fold to about 11% in the thinned stands, but had no effect on the.

For example, the data indicate that a yellow-poplar stand growing on site IZO with trees per acre has IZ veneer size trees at Z8 at age Information of this kind will help landowners and 4Z at age thinning schedules, select rotation ages, and determine the potential of their lands for growing particular products.

log size. Regeneration in Thinned and Unthinned Uneven-Aged Interior Douglas-fir Stands by ENRICO MARIA GOBERTI B. Forestry and Environment, University of Padova, Italy, A THESIS SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE in THE FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES (Forestry) THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.

In addition to branch growth, buds are responsible for flower formation and leaf production. A tree's small budding structure is wrapped in a simple protecting leaf called the cataphylls. These protected buds allow all plants to continue to grow and produce tiny new leaves and flowers even when environmental conditions are adverse or limiting.

The effects of spacing and thinning on stand and tree characteristics of 3 g-year-old Loblolly Pine V.

Clark Ba1dwi.n Jr.a,*, Kelly D. Petersonb, Alexander Clark III’, described the growth and yield trends within these difference occurred in thinned versus unthinned stands-the maximum difference between any of theCited by: Thinned vs.

unthinned = stem density reduced to 4 stems/plot, consisting of 2 yellow-poplar and 2 oak trees ; The data reported here for the second study is far the 5 most dominant yellow-poplar in each of the unthinned plots and the 2 yellow-poplars in each thinned plot.

Click here 👆 to get an answer to your question ️ Consider the data summary above. After five weeks, the plants growing in soil containing worms grew an averag. Hypothesis: Thinning accounts for observed differences in the rates of tree survival. allowing young trees to establish and grow.

B) It reduces the amount of fuel on the ground so that a wildfire never reaches the critical heat required to kill most of the trees.

The factors that limit population growth for that rabbit population D) The. In unthinned control stands, smaller, more shaded trees of C. citriodora were better able to retain their basal area growth rates than those of E.

dunnii in the face of competition. In consequence, the more shade tolerant C. citriodora developed a more evenly spread frequency distribution of tree diameters than less shade tolerant E. by: 4. _ _ This paper presents-a system of equations and resulting-tables that can predict stand volumes for thinned natural longleaf pine.

The system can predict. • Grows in large thickets, not clumps like most willows. Top growth of branches much more narrow and columnar instead of spreading.

Normally grows to 9 feet tall, infrequently as a small tree to 18 feet or more. • Prefers coarse soils. • Very common species from 2, to 7, ft. A West Virginia study of year-old sprout clumps thinned to a single stem reported release increased diameter growth for the first 5 years (Lamson ) but that there was no difference in diameter growth between treatments after 10 years (Lamson ).

That study also noted that tree height and length of clear bole did not differ between Cited by: 3. thinning. Species thinning.-Aspen, pin cherry, and striped maple were eliminated in this thin­ ning procedure.

Red maple sprout clumps were thinned. The relationship of thinned trees to crop trees was not considered. Heavy thinning.-All trees competing di­ rectly with the crop trees were : Orris D. McCauley, David P. Worley. In order to determine the effects of stump height, year of cutting, parent-tree size, logging damage, and deer browsing on bigleaf maple (Acer macrophyllum) sprout clump development, maple trees were cut to two stump heights at three different times.

Stump height had the greatest impact on sprout clump size. Two years after clearcutting, the sprout clump volume for short stumps was. Start studying Chapter Plant Structure, Growth, and Development. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.Formation of epicormic shoots also is influenced by the severity of thinning of forest stands.

For example, white oak trees in heavily thinned stands produced an average of more than 35 epicormic shoots; in moderately thinned stands 21; and in unthinned stands. Studies ebook sprout management showed that ebook season of cutting could help control sprouts of undesirable species ; tending treatments to reduce oak sprouts on a stump when a stand was less than 20 years old reduced the incidence of butt rot (HeptingRoth and Hepting ); and volume was saved by thinning sprout clumps to one low Author: Callie Jo Schweitzer.