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Response of natural and artificial pin oak reproduction to mid- and understory removal in a bottomland hardwood forest
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
bottomland forest sites in southeastern Missouri. The mid- and understory removal treatment increased the amount of photosynthetically active radiation reaching the understory from 3 percent of full sunlight to 16 percent of full sunlight. This increase...
The survival and growth of shortleaf pine systems in the Missouri Ozarks : effects of competition, genetics, and site preparation
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2019)
survival and growth rates of planted shortleaf pine relative to artificial and natural hardwoods, identify barriers to regeneration success, and develop tools for individual tree assessment. Data from three long-term studies in southeastern Missouri were...
Restoring forest composition and structure of riparian corridors in the Missouri Ozarks
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
bottomland agricultural fields. These afforestation practices most often consist of planting bare-root tree seedlings of a select number of hardmast species and managing vegetation with a number of pre- and postemergent herbicides, or planting a perennial...