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Bacon, C.G., and D.B. South. 1989. Chemicals for control of common insect and mite pests in southern pine nurseries. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 13(3): 112-116.

Barnes, A.D., and W.D. Kelley. 1992. Effects of a triazole, uniconazol, on shoot elongation and root growth in loblolly pine. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 22: 1-4.

Blake, J.I. and D.B. South. 1991. Planting morphologically improved seedlings with shovels. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta. Forestry School Series No. 13, 7 p.

Blake, J.I. and D.B. South. 1990. Extra nitrogen in pine nursery boosts forest wood growth. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta. Highlights of Agricultural Research 37(2):13.

Boyer, J.N., and D.B. South. 1989. Seasonal changes in intensity of bud dormancy in loblolly pine seedlings. Tree Physiology 5: 379-385.

Boyer, J.N., and D.B. South. 1988. Date of sowing and emergence timing affect growth and development of loblolly pine seedling. New Forests 2: 231-246.

Boyer, J.N., D.B. South. 1985. Nutrient content of nursery-grown loblolly pine seedlings. Ala. Agric. Exp. Sta. Circular 282.

Boyer, J.N., and D.B. South. 1984. Forest nursery practices in the south. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 8(2): 67-75.

Boyer, J.N., D.B. South, C. Muller, H. Vanderveer, W. Chapman, and W. Rayfield. 1985. Speed of germination affects diameter at lifting of nursery-grown loblolly pine seedlings. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 9(10): 243-247.

Britt, J.R., R.J. Mitchell, B.R. Zutter, D.B. South, D.H. Gjerstad, and J.F. Dickson. 1991. The influence of herbaceous weed control and seedling diameter on six years of loblolly pine growth - A classical growth analysis approach. Forest Science 37(2): 655-668.

Bronson, M.R., A.L. Yong, R.K. Dixon, G.B. Runion, W.D. Kelley, and C.M. Peterson. 1992. In vitro host-pathogen interactions of Pinus elliottii calli and Fusarium moniliforme var. subglutinans. European Journal of Forest Pathology 22:432-440.

Carey, W.A., and W.D. Kelley. 1994. Cyproconazole for control of fusiform rust on loblolly pine seedlings. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 18(2):68-71.

Carey, W.A., and W.D. Kelley. 1994. Interaction of ozone exposure and Fusarium subglutinans inoculation on growth and disease development of loblolly pine seedlings. Environmental Pollution 84:35-43.

Carey, W.A., and W.D. Kelley. 1993. Seedling production trends and fusiform rust control practices at southern nurseries, 1981-1991. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 17(4): 207-211.

Carmack, C.L., J.D. Weete, and W.D. Kelley. 1976. Hydrocarbons, fatty acids and sterols of Cronartium fusiforme aeciospores. Physiological Plant Pathology 8: 43-49.

Carter, M.C. 1964. Nitrogen and "summer chlorosis" in loblolly pine. Tree Planters Notes 64: 18-19.

Caulfield, J.P., D.B. South, and G.L. Somers. 1992. The price-size curve and planting density decisions. Southern Journal Applied Forestry 16(1):24-29.

Dill, T.R., and M.C. Carter. 1973. Preemergence weed control in southeastern forest nurseries. Weed Science 21(4): 363-366.

Gjerstad, D.H., and D.B. South. 1981. Preemergence weed control in loblolly, slash, short-leaf, and eastern white pine nursery seedbeds. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 11(4): 848-853.

Kelley, W.D. 1988. Effect of short-term storage of triadimefon-treated loblolly pine seed on incidence of fusiform rust. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 12(1): 18-20.

Kelley, W.D. 1987. Effect of triadimefon on development of mycorrhizae from natural inoculum in loblolly pine nursery beds. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 11: 49-52.

Kelley, W.D. 1985. Seed treatment with Bayleton reduces fusiform rust in forest nurseries. Ala. Agric. Exp. Stn. Highlights of Agricultural Research 32(1):8.

Kelley, W.D. 1984. Efficacy of morning vs. afternoon applications of triadimefon for controlling fusiform rust. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 8(4): 231-232.

Kelley, W.D. 1982. Effect of triadimefon (Bayleton) on ectomycorrhizae of loblolly and slash pines in Alabama. Forest Science 28(2): 232-236.

Kelley, W.D. 1980. Evaluation of systemic fungicides for control of Cronartium quercuum f. sp. fusiforme on loblolly pine seedlings. Plant Disease 64:773-775.

Kelley, W.D. 1978. Control of Cronartium fusiforme on loblolly pine seedlings with the experimental systemic fungicide, benodanil. Plant Disease Reporter 62(7): 595-598.

Kelley, W.D. 1977. Interactions of Phytophthora cinnamomi and Trichoderma spp. in relation to propagule production in soil cultures at 26 C. 1977. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 23(3): 288-294.

Kelley, W.D. 1977. Systemic fungicide protects southern pine seedlings from fusiform rust. Ala. Agric. Exp. Sta. Highlights of Agricultural Research 24(3): 15.

Kelley, W.D. 1976. Evaluation of Trichoderma harzianum-impregnated clay granules as a biocontrol for Phytophthora cinnamomi causing damping-off of pine seedlings. Phytopathology 66(8): 1023-1027.

Kelley, W.D. 1975. Partial shading gives better Arizona cypress seedlings. Ala. Agric. Exp. Sta. Highlights of Agriculture Research 22(2): 9.

Kelley, W.D. 1975. Physiological differences among isolates of Phytophthora cinnamomi. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 21(10): 1548-1552.

Kelley, W.D., and E.A. Curl. 1972. Effects of cultural practices and biotic soil factors on Fomes annosus. Phytopathology 62(4): 422-427.

Kelley, W.D., and E.A. Curl. 1968. Cultural practices influence pine fungus. Highlights of Agricultural Research 15(3): 14.

Kelley, W.D., and T.C. Davis. 1973. Conidiophores and basidiocarps of Fomes annosus on pines in east central Alabama. Phytopathology 63(11): 1424.

Kelley, W.D., and R. Rodriquez-Kabana. 1981. Effects of annual applications of sodium azide on soil fungal populations with emphasis on Trichoderma species. Pesticide Science 12: 235-244.

Kelley, W.D., and R. Rodriquez-Kabana. 1979. Effects of sodium azide and methyl bromide on soil bacterial populations, enzymic activities and other biological variables. Pesticide Science 10: 207-215.

Kelley, W.D., and R. Rodriguez-Kabana. 1978. Effects of a pesticide on antagonistic soil fungi. Ala. Agric. Exp. Sta. Highlights of Agricultural Research 25(20): 10.

Kelley, W.D., and R. Rodriquez-Kabana. 1978. Nematicidal activity of sodium azide. Nematropica 8(2): 49-52.

Kelley, W.D., and R. Rodriquez-Kabana. 1976. Competition between Phytophthora cinnamomi and Trichoderma spp. in autoclaved soil. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 22(8): 1120-1127.

Kelley, W.D., and G.B. Runion. 1991. Control of fusiform rust on loblolly and slash pine seedlings in forest nurseries in the southeastern United States. Proc. 3rd IUFRO Rust of Pine Working Party Conference, Sept. 18-22, 1989, Banff, Alberta. For. Can. Northwest Reg., North. For. Cent., Edmonton, Alta. Inf. Rep. NOR-X-317.

Kelley, W.D., and D.B. South. 1980. Effects of herbicides on in vitro growth of pines (Pinus spp.). Journal for Weed Science 28(5): 599-602.

Kelley, W.D., and J.C. Williams. 1985. Effects of triadimefon and triadimenol as seed dressings on incidence of fusiform rust on loblolly pine seedlings. Plant Disease 69(2): 147-148.

Kelley, W.D., and J.C. Williams. 1982. Incidence of pitch canker among clones of loblolly pine in seed orchards. Plant Disease 66:1171-1173.

Larsen, H.S., and J.N. Boyer. 1985. Root growth potential of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) seedlings fron 20 southern nurseries. Ala. Agric. Exp. Sta. Circular 286.

Larson, H.S., D.B. South, and J.N. Boyer. 1988. Foliar nitrogen content at lifting correlates with early growth of loblolly pine seedlings from 20 nurseries. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 12(3): 181-185.

Lauer, D.K. 1987. Seedling size influences early growth of longleaf pine. Tree Planters Notes Summer: 16-17.

Mitchell, R.J., G.B. Runion, W.D. Kelley, D.H. Gjerstad, and C.H. Brewer. 1991. Factors associated with loblolly pine mortality on former agricultural sites in the Conservation Reserve Program. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 46: 306-311.

Mitchell, R.J. and D.B. South. 1992. Cultural enhancement of mycorrhizal fungi on southern pines. P. 145-153 In: Proc. 1992 Joint International Symposium on Air Pollution, Soil Microbiology and Biotechnology of Forestry. National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, June 1-5, 1992.

Reeder, J.A., C.H. Gilliam, G.R. Wehtje, D.B. South and G.J. Keever. 1994. Evaluation of selected herbicides on field-grown woody ornamentals. J. Environ. Hort. 12(4):236-240.

Retzlaff, W.A., and D.B. South. 1985. Variation in seedbed moisture correlated with growth of Pinus taeda seedlings. South African Forestry Journal 133:2-5.

Rodriquez-Kabana, R., W.D. Kelley, and E.A. Curl. 1978. Proeolytic activity of Trichoderma viride in mixed culture with Sclerotium rolfsii in soil. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 24(4): 487-490.

Runion, G.B., and W.D. Kelley. 1993. Characterization of a binucleate Rhizoctonia species causing foliar blight of loblolly pine. Plant Disease 77(7): 754-755.

Runion, G.B., W.D. Kelley, and D.H. Land. 1991. Effects of triadimefon and thiram seed treatments on emergence of southern pines. Seed Science and Technology 19: 57-66.

Runion, G.B., W.D. Kelley, D.H. Land, S.P. Gilly, and D.J. Sharp. 1994. Chemical Control of Rhizoctonia Seedling Blight of Longleaf Pine. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 18(1): 5-9.

South, D.B. 1994. Managing pesticides and nitrogen in southern pine nurseries and some ways to reduce the potential for groundwater contamination. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta. Forestry School Series No. 14, 18 p.

South, D.B. 1993. Rationale for growing southern pine seedlings at low seedbed densities. New Forests 7: 63-92.

South, D.B. 1992. Prodiamine: A herbicide for pine and hardwood nurseries. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 16(3): 142-146.

South, D.B. 1991. Testing the hypothesis that mean relative growth rates eliminate size- related growth differences in tree seedlings. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 21(2/3): 144-164.

South, D.B. 1990. Lygus bugs: A worldwide problem in conifer nurseries. pp. 215-222. In: Proc., 1st IUFRO Workshop on Diseases and Insects in Forest Nurseries, Victoria, B.C. Forestry Canada, Information Report BC-X-331.

South, D.B. 1988. Diphenylether herbicides used on southern pine seedlings in the United States. Aspects of Applied Biology 16:215-222.

South, D.B. 1987. A re-evaluation of Wakeley's "critical tests" of morphological grades of southern pine nursery stock. South African Forestry Journal 142:56-59.

South, D.B. 1987. Economic aspects of nursery seed efficiency. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 11(2):106-109.

South, D.B. 1986. Herbicides for southern pine seedbeds. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry: 10(3):152-157.

South, D.B. 1984. Chemical weed control in southern hardwood nurseries. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 8(1): 16-22.

South, D.B. 1984. Response of loblolly pine and sweetgum seedlings to oxyfluorfen. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 14(4): 601-604.

South, D.B. 1980. Weed control with herbicides or fumigation at a forest nursery. Ala. Agric. Exp. Sta. Highlights of Agricultural Research 27(1):14.

South, D.B. 1977. Artificial inoculation of fumigated nursery beds with endomycorrhizae. Tree Planters' Notes 28(3,4): 3-6.

South, D.B. 1976. Pine straw mulch increases weeds in forest tree nurseries. Ala. Agric Exp. Sta. Highlights of Agricultural Research 23(4): 23(4):15.

South, D.B., and J.I. Blake. 1994. Top-pruning increases survival of pine seedlings. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta. Highlights of Agricultural Research 41(2):9.

South, D.B., J.N. Boyer, and L. Bosch. 1985. Survival and growth of loblolly pine as influenced by seedling grade: 13-year results. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 9(2): 76-81.

South, D.B., and C.B. Davey. 1983. The southern forest nursery soil testing program. AAES Circular 265.

South, D.B., D.G.M. Donald, and J.L. Rakestraw. 1993. Effect of nursery culture and bud status on freeze injury to Pinus taeda and Pinus elliottii seedlings. South African Forestry Journal 166:37-45.

South, D.B., and G.S. Foster. 1993. An experimental design for outplanting nursery trials on heterogeneous sites. South African Forestry Journal 165: 41-45.

South, D.B., and D.H. Gjerstad. 1982. Sicklepod control with toxaphene in loblolly pine nurseries. Georgia Forest Research Paper 38.

South, D.B., D.H. Gjerstad, and S.J. Campbell. 1980. Comparison of methyl bromide and herbicide effects on endomycorrhizal formation, seedling production, and weed control in sweetgum seedbeds. European Journal of Forest Pathology 10(6): 371-377.

South, D.B., D.H. Gjerstad, and R.H. Crowley. 1978. Bifenox: a promising new herbicide for southern pine nurseries. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 1(1): 11-14.

South, D.B., D.H. Gjerstad, and T.E. White. 1978. Effects of bermudagrass on production of loblolly pine seedlings in a Louisiana nursery. Tree Planters' Notes 29(4): 20.

South, D.B., and W.D. Kelley. 1982. The effect of selected pesticides on short-root development of greenhouse-grown Pinus taeda seedlings. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 12(1): 29-35.

South, D.B., H.S. Larson, J.N. Boyer, and H.M. Williams. 1990. Seed spacing and seedling biomass: Effect on root growth potential of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda). New Forests 4: 179-192.

South, D.B. and N.J. Loewenstein. 1994. Effects of Viterra® root dips and benomyl on root growth potential and survival of longleaf pine seedlings. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 18(1):19-23.

South, D.B., and W.L. Mason. 1991. Using distribution-modifying functions to predict variation in frequency distributions of tree heights during plantation establishment. Forestry 64(3): 303-319.

South, D.B., and J.G. Mexal. 1984. Growing the "best" seedling for reforestation success. Ala. Agric. Exp. Sta. Forestry Departmental Series No. 12.

South, D.B., R.J. Mitchell, and R.K. Dixon. 1988. New-ground syndrome: An ectomycorrhizal deficiency in pine nurseries. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 12(4): 234-239.

South, D.B., R.J. Mitchell, B.R. Zutter, J.M. Balneaves, B.L. Barber, D.G. Nelson, and J.B. Zwolinski. 1993. Integration of nursery practices and vegetation management: economic and biological potential for improving regeneration. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23:2083-2092.

South, D.B., and N.J. Stumpff. 1990. Root stripping reduces root growth potential of loblolly pine seedlings. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 14(4): 196-198.

South, D.B. and S.S. Sung. 1980. A new method for screening herbicides for use in pine nurseries. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 10(2): 164-168.

South, D.B., H.M. Williams, and A. Webb. 1989. Costs and benefits from fall irrigation at a sandy loblolly pine nursery. Applied Agricultural Research 4(4): 275-279.

South, D.B., J.B. Zwolinski, and H.W. Bryan. 1993. Taylorilygus pallidulus (Blanchard)— a potential pest of pine seedlings. Tree Planters' Notes 44(2):63-67.

South, D.B., J.B. Zwolinski, and D.G.M. Donald. 1993. Interactions among seedling diameter grade, weed control, and soil cultivation for Pinus radiata in South Africa. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23: 2078-2082.

Stumpff, N.J., and D.B. South. 1991. Benomyl root dips adversely affect first-year performance of stored loblolly pine seedlings. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 15(3): 133-137.

Tuttle, C.L., D.B. South, M.S. Golden, and R.S. Meldahl. 1987. Relationship between initial seedling height and survival and growth of loblolly pine seedlings planted during a droughty year. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 11(3): 139-143.

Weete, J.D., and W.D. Kelley. 1977. Fatty acids and sterols of Cronartium fusiforme basidiospores. Lipids 12(4): 398-401.

Weete, J.D., W.D. Kelley, and C.A. Hollis. 1979. Mycelial lipids as an aid in identifying rust fungi in culture- Cronartium fusiforme. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 25(12): 1481-1483.

Williams, H.M., and D.B. South. 1992. Effects of fall fertilizer applications on mitotic index and bud dormancy of loblolly pine seedlings. Forest Science 38(2): 336-349.

Williams, H.M., D.B. South, and G.R. Glover. 1988. Effect of bud status and seedling biomass on root growth potential of loblolly pine. Canadian Journal of Forestry Research 18: 1635-1640.

Williams, H.M., D.B. South, and A. Webb. 1988. Effects of fall irrigation on morphology and root growth potential of loblolly pine seedlings growing in sand. South African Forestry Journal 147: 1-5.


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