young forest pic
Forest Establishment
hardwood forest pic

In this part of the Southeastern United States there are generally two types of forests: pine and hardwood. In the management of each there comes a time when the mature forest is harvested (or eliminated by nature), and the forest is re-established. For hardwood, this regeneration usually occurs naturally and our job is to encourage and facilitate re-growth. For pine, the trees need to be planted, usually by hand.

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Before planting, each site is evaluated to see what needs to be planted, where the planting will take place, and what is needed to prepare the site. Since pine seedlings need direct sunlight to survive, controlling competition is essential.

Every year we plant 1 to 2 million pine seedlings for our clients.

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243 Acres in Lawrence,AL      GLC09

Hardwood sawtimber, good size but lower species quality, located in and around agricultural fields

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201 Acres in Colbert,AL      MTCO06

Pine intensively managed for chip-n-saw and sawtimber production.

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208 Acres in Colbert,AL      JAH01

Planted , sprayed and some limited areas thinned - pine plantation

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79 Acres in Colbert,AL      EH01

Mature hardwood. Chestnut oak is a large portion of the sawtimber volume.

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53 Acres in Limestone,AL      HBN01

Very good tract of hardwood sawtimber - excellent access.

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