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Ezell, A.W., L.R. Nelson, J.L. Yeiser. 2001. Initial brownout response to MON 78015, MON 78229, MON 71284 and other glyphosate products and tank mixtures with consideration for application timing. Page 103 in Proceedings, 54th annual meeting of the Southern Weed Science Society. Download
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Ezell, A.W., L.R. Nelson. 2001. Efficacy of dicamba mixed with prosufuron, fosamine, imazapyr, glyphosate, and.or triclopyr for forestry site preparation. In: Proceedings of Annual Meeting of Weed Science Society of America 40:90.
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Ezell, A.W., L.R. Nelson. 2001. Influence of different surfactants on treatment efficacy for dicamba tank mixtures in site preparation applications. In: Proceedings of Annual Meeting of Weed Science Society of America 40:91.
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Ezell, A.W., L.R. Nelson. 2001. Weed control and crop tolerance after preemergent and postemergent applications of sulfometuron in oak (Quercus spp.) plantations. Weed Technology 15:585-589. Download
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Gaddis, D.A., D.L. Grebner. 2001. Eight stupid things forest landowners do to mess up their taxes. Forest Landowner 60(6):5-7.
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Grado, S.C., C.H. Hovermale, D.G. St. Louis. 2001. A financial analysis of a silvopasture system in south Mississippi. Agroforestry Systems 53(3):313-322. Download
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Grado, S.C., R.M. Kaminski, I.A. Munn, T.A. Tullos. 2001. Economic impacts of waterfowl hunting on public lands and at private lodges in the Mississippi Delta. Wildlife Society Bulletin 29(3):846-855.
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Grala R.K., J.P. Colletti. 2001. Evaluation of the break-even corn yield within the Leeward Protected Zone of a windbreak. In: Temperate Agroforestry: Adaptive and Mitigative Roles in A Changing Physical and Socio-Economic Climate [Schroeder, W., J. Kort (eds.)]. Proceedings of the Seventh Biennial Conference on Agroforestry in North America and Sixth Annual Conference of the Plains and Prairie Forestry Association, August 12-15, 2001, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
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Grebner, D.L., A.W. Ezell, D.A. Gaddis, S.H. Bullard. 2001. Preliminary study of the impacts of oak seedling survival on investment returns. Pages 108-113 in Proceedings, Southern Forest Economics Workers. Download
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Gunter, J.E., J.O. Idassi, J.E. Granskog. 2001. Financing investments in reforestation with government-sponsored loans: A Mississippi Case Study. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Research Bulletin FO194, Mississippi State University. 17 pp. Download
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Gunter, J.E., S.H. Bullard, M.L. Doolittle, K.G. Arano. 2001. Reforestation of harvested timberlands in Mississippi: Behavior and attitudes of non-industrial private forest landowners. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Research Bulletin FO172, Mississippi State University. 25 pp. Download
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Hodges, J.D., A.W. Ezell. 2001. Herbaceous weed control improves survival of planted Shumard oak seedlings on Mississippi River floodplain sites. In: Proceedings of 54th Annual Meeting of Southern Weed Science Society. pp. 109-110. Download
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Husak, A.L., S.C. Grado. 2001. Monetary and wildlife benefits in a silvopastoral system. Pages 167-175 In Proceedings of the 2000 Southern Forest Economics Workshop. Download
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Jones, W.D., I.A. Munn, S.C. Grado, J.C. Jones. 2001. Fee Hunting: An income source for Mississippi’s non-industrial private landowners. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Bulletin FO164, Mississippi State University. 15 pp. Download
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Jones, W.D., I.A. Munn, S.C. Grado, J.C. Jones. 2001. Hunting - an underutilized revenue source for NIPF landowners. Pages 153-158 in Proceedings, SAF 2000 National Conv. Washington, DC. November 16-20, 2000. SAF Publication 01-02.
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