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Insect-caused cone and seed losses in treated and untreated loblolly pine seed orchards
1985 by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station in [Asheville, N.C.?] .
Written in English
|Statement||Carl W. Fatzinger ... [et al.].|
|Series||Research note SE -- 333.|
|Contributions||Fatzinger, Carl W., Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. ;|
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Insect-caused cone and seed losses in treated and untreated loblolly pine seed orchards. [Asheville, N.C.?]: U.S.
Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest. Insect-caused cone and seed losses in treated and untreated loblolly pine seed orchards / By Carl W. Fatzinger and N.C.) Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville Abstract.
Yearly injections of imidacloprid or thiamethoxam were required to maintain protection against seed bugs. The best overall treatment, two injections of emamectin benzoate plus thiamethoxam, reduced cone and seed losses from insects by.
cone insects in loblolly pine seed orchards was conducted in In each of nine loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) seed orchards, an untreated (no protection) check and two of [email protected] (, ,or lb ai/ac/application) were randomly assigned to three test plots. Insecticide treatments improvedCited by: 3.
Since virtually all loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) seed production and breeding orchards are established by grafting, and since advanced generation breeding of this species is being accelerated, the ability of scions from young trees to flower must be results of experiments on the effect of scion age on flowering are discussed.
One-year-old scions are Cited by: 1. Several loblolly pine seed orchards at the Eastern Carolina Seed Orchard complex near Tillery, NC, supply improved seed for all reforestation by Champion International in its Eastern Carolina region. Regional requirements for improved seed have exceeded orchard production for the past several years, primarily because of severe.
In experiments performed in a seed orchard of loblolly pine, Pinus taeda L., where ha was pheromone-treated, trap catch of Dioryctria amatella (Hulst), Dioryctria disclusa (Heinrich), and. Abstract. Proper seed management is crucial to southern pine regeneration programs. Almost all seeds will soon be collected from the more than 4, ha of seed orchards, where production rates are now about kg/ha for older orchards.
intensive management of slash and loblolly pine throughout much of this region. This disease occurs from southern Maryland to direct and indirect losses associated with growth reduction, first-generation seed orchards. In 10—15 yr seeds from wind- pollinated trees were collected and extensive field progeny tests.
to germination: slash andlongleaf pine seeds were not stratified. Seeds were germinated under sterile conditions at 25°C on germination paper in clear containers ( by by 6 cm). Five germinated seeds were transplanted to containers with Longidoms sp.
was produced on loblolly pine seed-lings grown in containers at 22°C for 14 to. Insect-caused cone and seed losses in treated and untreated loblolly pine seed orchards / ([Asheville, N.C.?]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, ), by Carl W.
Fatzinger and N.C.) Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville (page images at HathiTrust). In most southern pine orchards a few key insects are responsible for the majority of the seed and cone losses.
The primary insects in loblolly and slash pine orchards are Dioryctria amatella (Hulst), Leptoglossus corculus (Say), and Gnophothrips disluscus (Morgan).Cited by: 6.
of loblolly pine seedlings tailored to specific situations and sites. Many of these seedlings are now available to family forest landowners. The forest industry has changed in the last five years too. There are now fewer industrial landowners, and several seed ling nurseries produce loblolly pine seed lings for the open market.
You, as aFile Size: KB. Abstract. Stratification by moist chilling is often used to break seed dormancy in loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.).The role that moist chilling plays at the cellular level in preparing the embryo for germination and early seedling growth was by: By the end ofthere were seed orchards covering ha, 92% of total for Pinus brutia, Pinus nigra, Pinus sylvestris and Cedrus libani.
For Pinus nigra and Pinus sylvestris all seed demands can be met from seed orchards. Two seed orchards of Pinus brutia were established in two breeding zones according to the first results of progeny.
Seed and Cone Insect Pests and Longleaf Pine APPENDIX B However, longleaf pine silviculture has long been plagued by difficulties in seed production, cone and seed processing and storage (Barnett and JonesBarnett and PesacretaBoyer ) and difficulties in artificial regeneration (BoyerMitchell et Size: KB.
Seed Orchard Management Strategies for Deployment of Intensively Selected Loblolly Pine Families in the Southern US Steven E.
McKeand1, Davis M. Gerwig2, W. Patrick Cumbie1, and J.B. Jett1 Operational family block planting with loblolly pine (L.) was begun by Pinus taeda Weyerhaeuser Company in the mid’s (Gladstone ) and has been one of the most.
Emblica seeds. Chemical treatment of Emblicaofficinalis seed exposed to GA 3 ppm for 24hous resulted better germination than other treatments.
Imbibition percent increased in treated seeds upto 90 % in contrast to 70% in non-treated seeds (control). The study shows treatment of seeds with GA 3 ppm and thiourea were effective in breakingFile Size: KB. et al. ) and is the element most often used in routine seed orchard management.
Fertilizers have been applied to many orchards at high rates for a number of years, but long-term effects of high fertilizer rates on cone and seed production are not known. Shoulders () reported on a long-term fertilizer rate experiment in slash.
Coneworm and seed bug damage on treated trees was compared to damage on check (untreated) trees to determine percent reduction in damage. Similarly, treated and untreated trees were compared to determine percent gain in full seeds per cone.
Coneworm and seed bug data distributions were found to be nonnormal. Michelsen, is a major pest of interior spruce seed orchards in British Columbia and white spruce across Canada.
It is capable of destroying the entire seed crop (Redlin et al. Because cone maggots leave the cones before seeds mature, annual cone harvesting provides no control, and resident maggot populations may build up within seed. for insects that feed on cones and seeds in loblolly pine, Pinus taedu L.
(Pinaceae), seed orchards. Improved timing of insecticide applications can reduce the amount and fre-quency of insecticide use. Impediments to better timing include the presence of multiple pests and their immigration from natural pine forests or plantations near seed orchardsCited by: 3. events and thereby simulate natural seed storage in cones that wet during rain.
In early November12 packets of loblolly pine seeds and 12 packets of shortleaf pine seeds were placed in each of the follow-ing laboratory or field storage conditions: (1) Control. Seed packets were placed in a laboratory freezer at°C.
Loblolly is a fast growing pine that can reach a height of feet and a width of 35 feet, with trunks up to 5 feet in diameter. Growing in USDA Plant Hardiness zones 6 through 9, the wood from this North American native evergreen is used for home and commercial construction as well as for crossties for railroad tracks.
However, the frequency of hybrids was greater for the orchards in Oklahoma and South Carolina, which were surrounded by loblolly pine plantations. Maintaining shortleaf pine seed orchards in areas without nearby loblolly pine is critical to minimize pollination of shortleaf pine by loblolly by: 4.
The term,” yellow pine”, can refer to several pine species or groups of species which tend to grow in similar forest types and yield similar strong wood.
In the Western US, yellow pine refers to Jeffrey pine or Ponderosa pine. In the United Kingdom, yellow pine refers to Eastern white pine or Scots pine. In the Southern US, yellow pine. can damage and seeds per day, respectively, in late cone development. Seed loss due to L. occidentalis can be difficult to calculate, as seed damaged by pest feeding cannot be distinguished from aborted seed at harvest unless examined using x-rays.
Seed loss estimates are based typically on exclusion studies or caged feeding trials. Eight methods of direct sowing of loblolly pine [Pinus taeda] were tested on a Piedmont soil near Covington, Georgia.
Results indicated that sowing with stratified seed and applying mulch over the seed was the most effective treatment for promoting seed germination and Cited by: Virginia’s Best Genetics in Loblolly Pine Why are Virginia Department of Forestry stored for two to three months without survival loss and can withstand shipment and planting much better than non-dormant seed production orchards and breeding programs have P ratings as high as (i.e.
percent faster growth – or twice as fast. PB A Southern Pine Management Guide for Tennessee Landowners (White Pine) and PB (Loblolly Pine) for typical financial analyses in growing these species.
Risk to Southern Pine Beetle Attack – There is a good chance that at some time during your trees before potential losses to SPB. The key is to manage these stands so that Cited by: 1. lolly pine, caused by past cutting and fires, are gradually altered to favor the dominance of hardwoods of inferior spe- cies and quality, leading ultimately to elimination of loblolly pine.
On the other hand, if loblolly pine seedlings start in the same year with competing hardwood sprouts, they have a more than even chance of outgrowing. Pinus taeda: Loblolly Pine1 Edward F. Gilman, Dennis G. Watson, Ryan W. Klein, Andrew K.
Koeser, Deborah R. Hilbert, and Drew C. McLean2 1. This document is ENH, one of a series of the Environmental Horticulture Department, UF/IFAS Extension. Original publication date November Revised December File Size: 3MB. Longleaf pine can be successfully regenerated by artificial methods. Using container seedlings and sound silvicultural practices will help to make the task possible.
Common sense and atten tion to detail will help you achieve the goals that you set. Tree nurseries and seed orchards provide a wide variety of pine and hardwood seedlings for.
(Pseudotsuga menziesii var. menziesii) seed orchards in Oregon. Treatment differences for cone production were not significant because of the large tree-to-tree variation in cone production and, at one orchard, the confounding of location with treatment.
Cone production in averaged slightly more than 2 bushels per tree (range 0 to Loblolly pine seed dormancy: constraints to germination. Loblolly pine seed dormancy: constraints to germination.
Cooke, Janice; Cooke, Barry; Gifford, David Stratification by moist chilling is often used to break seed dormancy in loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.). The role that moist chilling plays at the cellular level in preparing the embryo.
species. On an average site, loblolly pine will reach feet in 25 years. Loblolly pine cannot compete successfully for sunlight, moisture and nutrients with hardwood species.
However, in the South, ﬁ res are common, and the loblolly's resistance to ﬁ re damage gives it an edge over hardwoods. Loblolly pine is grown for products such as. Southern pine selections made in the cooperative programs.
90 VII. Acres of southern pine seed orchards in the coopera tive programs. 90 VIII. Improved seed produced in southern pine seed orchards of the cooperative programs. 92 IX. Summary of pine progeny test data for the 3 coopera tives. 92 X. Summary of pine studies carried out by.
Recovery of l-year-old loblolly pine seedlings from simulated browse damage Michael G. Shelton and Michael D. Cain Abstract: Loblolly pine (Pinus taecfu L.) seedlings are frequently browsed by a wide variety of animals during the first few years of their development.
Installing a Pollination Bag on Loblolly Pine Mon, 04/11/ - — TIP Staff Dr. J.B. Jett demonstrates how to install a pollination bag over loblolly pine flowers for future control pollination work.
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