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Bullard, S.H., D.L. Grebner, K.L. Belli. 2002. Financial maturity concepts with applications to three hardwood timber stands. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Bulletin FO 202, Mississippi State University. 21pp. Download
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Bullard, S.H., J.E. Gunter, M.L. Doolittle, K.G. Arano. 2002. Discount rates for nonindustrial private forest landowners in Mississippi: How high a hurdle? Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 26(1):26-31
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Davis, S.A., S.C. Grado, I.A. Munn. 2002. Economic impact of commercial outfitters in Mississippi. Pages 127-129 In Proceedings of the 2001 Southern Forest Economics Workshop. Download
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Dean, T.J., S.D. Roberts, D.W. Gilmore, D.A. Maguire, K.L. O’Hara, R. Seymour, J.N. Long. 2002. An evaluation of the uniform stress hypothesis based on stem taper in conifer stems. TREES 16:559-568.
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Dicke, S.G., A.J. Londo, T.A. Traugott. 2002. How to determine when your Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) pine plantation is ready to thin. Proc., International Union of Forest Research Organizations Symposium 2001.
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Dorr, B., I.A. Munn, K.O. Meals. 2002. A socioeconomic and biological evaluation of current and hypothetical crappie regulations in Sardis Lake, Mississippi: An integrated approach. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 22:1376-1384. Download
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Evans, D.L. 2002. Forest assessments with LIDAR: trees, stands, landscapes and beyond. Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters National Convention. Winston-Salem, NC. October 5-9, 2002. CD-ROM
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Ezell, A.W. 2002. Use of sulfometuron and glyphosate for site preparation in abandoned pasture land to be planted with containerized longleaf. In: Proc., 42nd annual meeting of Weed Science Society of America. Abstract No. 250.
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Ezell, A.W. 2002. Addition of sulfometuron methyl to fall site preparation tank mixes improves herbaceous weed control. Pages 246-248 in K.W. Outcalt, editor. Proceedings of the eleventh biennial southern silvicultural research conference. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-48. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 622 p. Download
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Ezell, A.W., J.D. Hodges. 2002. The importance of competition control for restoration of oaks in the southern U.S. In: Proc., IUFRO Conference on Restoration of Boreal and Temperate Forests. Pp. 134-136.
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Ezell, A.W., J.D. Hodges. 2002. Herbaceous weed control improves survival of planted shumard oak seedlings. Pages 268-270 in K.W. Outcalt, editor. Proceedings of the eleventh biennial southern silvicultural research conference.Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-48. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 622 p. Download
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Ezell, A.W., J.L. Yeiser. 2002. Effect of application timing and prod. Application rate on herbaceous weed control during the growing season following site prep using tank mixes which include sulfometuron. In: Proc., 55th annual meeting of Southern Weed Science Society 55:77-78. Download
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Ezell, A.W., J.L. Yeiser. 2002. Preemergent vs. postemergent applications for herbaceous weed control in slash pine plantations using sulfometuron, hexazinone, imazapyr, and metsulfuron. In: Proc., Meeting of Southern Weed Science Society 55:94-96. Download
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Ezell, A.W., J.L. Yeiser. 2002. Rate response from applications of premix imazapyr and glyphosate for use in site preparation. In: Proc., Annual Meeting of Southern Weed Science Society 55:82-83. Download
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Ezell, A.W., J.L. Yeiser. 2002. Sulfometuron in fall site preparation treatments provide excellent herbaceous control during the following growing season. In: Proc., 42nd Annual Meeting of Weed Science Society of America. Abstract No. 248.
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