The regenerated lodgepole pine trial was established in 2001 to forecast and monitor the growth and yield of lodgepole pine. The replicated trial is designed to monitor the development of lodgepole pine, regenerated after harvesting, in relation to site, initial spacing of planted stock, natural ingress and mortality, competing vegetation (brush), and density control (pre-commercial thinning).
Regenerated Lodgepole Pine Project
No current milestones for this project
Peer reviewed paper from FGrOW.
An update from the FGrOW Foothills Pine Project Team on the FRIPSY model.
Crop Performance Report from the RLP trial - FGYA and FGrOW
FGYA QuickNote #13: Regenerated Lodgepole Pine Trial 10-year results--Growth and Natural Regeneration
First of 3 notes summarizing results of the trial designed to monitor stand development of lodgepole pine in relation to site and treatment factors.
Technical report presenting the latest on crop performance, including tree height, diameter growth, stand density, mortality and health.