Streamside Management Zones: what are they, why are they important, and how do they work to curb non-point source pollution of our streams & rivers. Publication number P2233, or click on this LINK
Tree Felling with a chain saw: basic safety, what to wear, what is kickback, and the mechanics of “how” are covered in this publication. Publication number P2250 – follow this LINK to to the article.
This publication covers all of the different types of mechanical site preparation used in getting an area ready to plant, or replant after a harvest. Publication Number 3006 – take a look at this LINK
A U. S. Department of Agriculture publication that provides helpful information to woodland owners in filing their 2015 tax returns, and is current as of September 30, 2015. Check it out at this MSUCares LINK Other Links to the pub … Continue reading
For your information: If you are interested in Mississippi forestland data, the USFS Southern Research Station has just published “Mississippi’s Forests 2013”, Resource Bulletin SRS-204. Author Sonja N. Oswalt You can download a copy at this LINK
There is a new Forestry Extension publication out: “Simplifying Southern Pine Thinning with Stand Density Index Pine Thin: A Smartphone Application” that you can access on MSUCares, or by clicking on this LINK. The smartphone application is available from the … Continue reading
Extension Forestry’s Dr. Stephen Dicke was honored on Mississippi State University’s “Our People” profile. Read about him at this LINK!
EXTENSION FORESTRY PUB LISTING Clicking on the above title will take you to a PDF file listing all of the currently available Forestry Extension Publications by category. Beside each article is the word “Link”, and clicking on the link will … Continue reading
This publication covers current storm damage assessments in Lee, Itawamba, Prentiss, Leake, Neshoba, and Winston counties by the Mississippi Forestry Commission. There are two tables broken down by county, and by Pine Acres, Hardwood Acres, and Mixed Acres damaged and … Continue reading
Following the severe weather outbreak in the southeast on April 27-29 , the following Extension publications are being posted in the hope that they will be helpful to those who have suffered forest/tree damage on their property: Publication IS1355 Repairing … Continue reading