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Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) as a Value-Added Product

General and production-based information about cross laminated timber (CLT), as well as the benefits and concerns associated with using CLT.

Food ProductsForest Ecology, Management & CareForestryProcessing WoodSustainability
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Site Disturbance and Tree Decline

Soil site disturbances that can cause a tree decline and death in many landscape situations.

Forest Ecology, Management & CareForest HealthForestryHarvesting of TreesRegeneration
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Forestry — Important to Oklahoma’s Economy

A brief industry analysis that highlights how forestry contributes to the state of Oklahoma.

Forest Ecology, Management & CareForestryHarvesting of TreesProcessing Wood
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Managing Storm-Damaged Trees

How to manage trees following storm damage such as rehabilitation, removal, wound response, pruning, diseases and invasive insects.

Forest Ecology, Management & CareForest HealthForestryNatural Disaster RecoveryRegenerationWeather & Disaster Preparedness
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Single-layer Value-added Wood Composites from Under-utilized Species in Oklahoma

A summary of some important properties of experimental panels made from particles of whole-tree chipped material, as well as panels made from hybrid mixtures.

Brush Control (Invasive Woody Plants)Food ProductsForest Ecology, Management & CareForest HealthForestryMesquiteProcessing WoodRangeland Management
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Using Biosolids as a Plant Nutrient Source

The steps, methods and timing for application of biosolids as a plant nutrient source.

Forest Ecology, Management & CareForestrySilvicultureSoilSoil Health & Fertility
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Cedar Control by Individual Scorched-tree Ignition Following Fire

A description of factors that influence the extent of cedar control with prescribed fire such as tree height, fire type, fuel load, leaf moisture and weather.

Brush Control (Invasive Woody Plants)Eastern Red CedarForest Ecology, Management & CareForestryPrescribed FireRangeland Management
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