In 2002, a report by the Alberta Research Council identified major gaps in the knowledge required to enhance lodgepole pine growth and yield through nutrition and density management. In 2003, FGYA successfully submitted a project proposal for addressing these gaps to the Open Funds Initiative of the Forest Resource Improvement Association of Alberta. Work on this project commenced in 2004.
Enhanced Management of Lodgepole Pine
No current milestones for this project
Presentation on study done to estimate the effects of the amount of aspen on growth of lodgepole pine.
Report on methods, results of selection, sample plot installation, measurement, mapping, destructive sampling of 18 post-harvest regeneration sites.
Report on the experimental sites, plot layout, treatment, tree measurements, foliar analyses and database of nutrition and density management trial.