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decline and mortality of cottonwood clone Stoneville 124 on a clay soil

John K Francis

decline and mortality of cottonwood clone Stoneville 124 on a clay soil

by John K Francis

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station in New Orleans, La .
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  • Cottonwood -- Diseases and pests -- Mississippi

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    StatementJohn K. Francis and Francis I. McCracken
    SeriesResearch note SO -- 318
    ContributionsMcCracken, F. I, Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[3] p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14842779M

    most soils where cottonwood is planted and may damage soil-covered cuttings, their influence on the survival of poorly cultivated trees is also re­ ported. METHODS The study was conducted at Huntington Point, Mississippi, on Commerce silt loam soil. The land was cleared in late fall (McKnight ) and fallowed during the summer of The. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle .

      Flooding effects on cottonwoods may be worsened if the soil texture is clay or compacted clay. Flooding effects may be worsened if water stands several inches up the trunk. Flooding effects may be worsened if lots of sediment is deposited over existing roots, raising the grade by several inches. the Panorama Point Planned Development, Cottonwood, Shasta County, California (Lawrence & Associates, a). Given the relatively low sensitivity of the project site with respect to potential geologic and soil hazards, as well as existing standards adopted and enforced by Shasta County and other agencies, project implementation.

      Stoneville showcased a number of cotton varieties at the recent Sunbelt Ag Expo Field Day. Chuck spoke with Rachel Walters, Stoneville cotton marketing manager, about a few of the standouts. ST GLT showed strong performance in land-grant university on-farm trials in On dryland or under. ramets per clone--three replications and three ramets per plot. Two clones commonly used in commercial plantings were used to raise the number of clones to Spacing was 6 by 6 feet and the test was installed on two soil types: a silt loam and a heavy clay. Measurements made after one growing season were reported by Farmer and Wilcox ().


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A decline sequence involving multiple factors was proposed as the cause of death and diminished crowns of year-old cottonwood planted on a clay site. Stoneville cloneof which the plantation was formed, has proved to be poorly adapted to clay : John K.

Francis, Francis I. McCracken. The decline and mortality of cottonwood clone Stoneville on a clay soil Francis, John K. and McCracken, F. and Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.).

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Francis and Francis I. McCracken A decline sequence involving multiple factors was pro-posed as the cause of death and diminished crowns of year-old cottonwood planted on a clay site.

Stoneville cloneof which the plantation was formed, has. gardens and building foundations, especially in clay soil. Root suckers also may be considered a maintenance problem, and the profuse production of cottony seed from female plants can be a minor nuisance.

The shallow root system of black cottonwood, especially on wet soils, make the species susceptible to damage from ice storms, heavy snow, and. Impact of insects on growth and development of young cottonwood plantations [microform] / J.D.

Solomon U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station New Orleans, La Australian/Harvard Citation.

Solomon, J. & Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.). Authigenic clay mineral distribution, Lower Tuscaloosa Formation, southwest Mississippi impact on sandstone reservoir quality: North Hustler field area: final report.

University, Miss: Mississippi Mineral Resources Institute. MLA Citation. Meylan, M. and Mississippi Mineral Resources Institute. and University of Southern Mississippi. Clay composition of commercial clay deposits [microform]: final report / Nolan B.

Aughenbaugh Mississippi Mineral Resources Institute University, Miss Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. shearing, root raking, and disking. The soil is a Sharkey clay, a member of the montmorillonitic, thermic family of Vertic Haplaquepts.

Site index for cottonwood is about 29 meters (95 feet) at 30 years. In Januarycentimeter-long (inch) un-rooted cottonwood cuttings (Stoneville clone ) were planted at a 3 x3-m (10 x 1 0-ft) spacing. wood clone. Nurseries are, at times, reluctant to reveal the particular clone they are selling.

In fact, the cottonwood cuttings sold in bulk by nurseries are often a mix of several cottonwood clones. Even if you could select specific clones to plant, information about which clone is most suitable for specific sites is not yet well developed.

Sharkey clay 1 Select values are average for 14 select clones. control values are average for 39 randomly obtained clones. • D.b.h. measurements are based on 10 ramets per clone on silt loam and 18 ramets per clone on clay soil. McNutt said it is hard to say if the cottonwood is in a decline or not.

"Go west toward Buffalo and on this side of the Powder River, the cottonwood stand is prolific," he said. Five-Year-Old Cottonwood Plantation on a Clay Site: Growth, Yield, and Soil Properties R. Krinard and H. Kennedy, Jr. ABSTRACT. A random sample of Stoneville select cottonwood (Populus deltoides Bartr.) clones planted on recent old-field clay soils at by [00t spacing averaged percent sur­ vival after five years.

Eastern cottonwood (Populus deltoides) is the fastest growing and largest tree found in Iowa. It is not uncommon for young trees to grow in excess of 6 feet in height each year. The largest specimen in Iowa is over 11 feet in diameter, 80 feet tall and more than 85 feet in width.

Hardiness: Zones 2 through 9. Stoneville, MS developed a world-renowned program in eastern cottonwood genetics, silviculture, biometrics, and dis-eases and pests. Many pulp and paper companies used Stoneville’s clonal tech-nology to establish, grow, and manage their own plantation programs.

The east-ern cottonwood clones developed at Stoneville are also being grown interna. silty clay loam surface layer 38 cm thick (Knezevich ).

However, the area has been repeatedly tilled to about 20 cm, producing a hardpan at this depth. The site was cultivated in fall and sprayed with L/ha Roundups in the spring before planting. Three cuttings from each black cottonwood clone were planted at each test site in. Clay content was comparable between soil types with overall clay content ranging from to % of total soil weight.

The smectite clays, which include Mte, were collectively measured and categorized as M-L I/S. Negative soils from CO and GA contained less smectite clay ( and % of total clay, respectively) than MD pen (%) and.

Soil moisture: An ustic soil moisture regime. The soil moisture control section is dry in some or all parts for more than 90 but less than cumulative days in normal years. Depth to lithic contact: 7 to 51 cm (3 to 20 in) Depth to paralithic contact: 7 to 38 cm (3 to 15 in) Particle-size control section (weighted average).

Sand Gravel in Cottonwood on See reviews, photos, directions, phone numbers and more for the best Sand & Gravel in Cottonwood, AZ. the time of plantation establishment. Soil type is Commerce silt loam (fine-silty, mixed, superactive, nonacid, thermic Fluvaquentic Endoaquept).

Site index for cottonwood was estimated to range from to feet at 30 years (Broadfoot ). The 9-acre study site was cleared infallowed inand planted in soil pH with sulfur. For best results, sulfur needs to be tilled into the soil rather than applied over the surface.

Lowering soil pH is a process that can take years to accomplish. For good reason, aspens and cottonwoods are popular trees for Wyoming. They are native to the Rocky Mountain region and thrive under the right conditions.

Sub-irrigated meadows are one of those areas where cottonwood acts as a weed and reduces the quality of grassland (Figure 1). Due to a lack of information on the effectiveness of herbicides for cottonwood control, a study was conducted in and to test eight herbicides: 2,4-D amine (64 oz/acre), Ally XP ® (metsulfuron methyl [2 oz/acre]).