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Southern Yellow Pines
Loblolly pine is the leading commercial timber species in the southern United States.
It is a medium to large tree 90-110 feet in height and 24 to 30 inches in diameter. The bole is long and cylindrical and the crown, though open, is denser than longleaf or slash pines.
It can be found on a very wide variety of sites but make its best growth on those soils with deep surface layers having plenty of moisture but poor surface drainage, and fine textured subsoils. On favorable sites growth can be rapid. Loblolly is intolerant of shade, though not as much so as slash and longleaf pines.
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C-3 High Volume Loblolly - (pkg of 1000)
C-3 High Volume Loblolly - (pkg of 50)
C-3 High Volume Loblolly - (pkg of 500)