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How to farm your forest : A guide for woodland owners in southern Illinois /

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Series: Miscellaneous release (Central States Forest Experiment Station (Columbus, Ohio)) ; 11.

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Columbus, Ohio :The Station,1956.

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Illinois , Management , Woodlots

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https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.80309

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Title

How to farm your forest : A guide for woodland owners in southern Illinois /

Related Titles

Series: Miscellaneous release (Central States Forest Experiment Station (Columbus, Ohio)) ; 11.

By

Minckler, Leon Sherwood, 1906-

Hosner, John F. (John Frank), 1925-
Southern Illinois University (Carbondale campus)
Central States Forest Experiment Station (Columbus, Ohio)
United States. Forest Service.
United States. Department of Agriculture.

Genre

Book

Material Type

Published material

Publication info

Columbus, Ohio :The Station,1956.

Notes:

"December, 1956"--T.p. verso.

Published by the Southern Illinois University in co-operation with the Central States Forest Experiment Station, Forest Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture.

Contents: Why manage your woodlands. pp. 1.

Contents: How to recognize different classes of trees -- Description of tree classes. pp. 3.

Contents: How to make your woods grow. pp. 6.

Contents: What is a practical cutting operation? pp. 15.

Contents: How to start new trees. pp. 17.

Contents: Protecting you forest property. pp. 24.

Contents: How to harvest and sell your forest products. pp. 26.

Contents: How to build up your woodland. pp. 34.

Contents: What you can expect to earn. pp. 44.

Contents: Is good forestry good business? pp. 51.

Contents: Appendix: Simple terms used in this book. pp. 56.

Contents: Appendix: List of Illinois State Forestry Offices. pp. 59.

Contents: Appendix: Vigor characteristics of trees. pp. 60.

Contents: Appendix: Board-foot volume of trees by diameter and number of 16-foot logs. pp. 61.

Contents: Appendix: Primary products from southern illinois timber. pp. 62.

Contents: Appendix: Guide to farm use of southern illinois trees. pp. 64.

Contents: Appendix: It pays to grow high-quality logs. pp. 65.

Contents: Appendix: Places to find additional information. pp. 66.

Subjects

Illinois , Management , Woodlots

Language

English

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NAL: 1.9622 C3M68 no. 11 1956
OCLC: 834085639

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https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.80309

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TY - BOOK
TI - How to farm your forest : A guide for woodland owners in southern Illinois /
VL - no.11
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PB - The Station,
CY - Columbus, Ohio :
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