1 edition of Reforestation of harvested timberlands in Mississippi found in the catalog.
Reforestation of harvested timberlands in Mississippi
by Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Mississippi State University in Mississippi State, MS
Written in English
|Other titles||Behavior and attitudes of non-industrial, private forest landowners|
|Statement||by John E. Gunter ... [et al.].|
|Series||FWRC research bulletin ;, bulletin #FO172, FWRC research bulletin ;, FO-172.|
|Contributions||Gunter, John E., Mississippi State University. Forest and Wildlife Research Center.|
|LC Classifications||SD409 .R389 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||25 p. :|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||2002410600|
Reforestation. Tree Planting. Tomorrow’s timber stands will grow from seedlings planted today-provided they’re planted with care. All the money, time and effort a forest landowner devotes to the regeneration of a forest stand (site preparation, vegetation management, seedling purchases, etc.) will mean very little without a quality planting. Timber is the state’s second largest commodity with a value exceeding $1 billion annually, and timber is the leading agricultural commodity in over half of the counties in the state. Mississippi has a strong timber infrastructure, and private landowners are the backbone of that infrastructure ensuring long-term sustainable forest resources.
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. In this classic work of Mississippi history, Nollie W. Hickman relates the felling of great. forests of longleaf pine in a southern state where lumbering became a mighty industry. Mississippi Harvest records the arduous transportation of logs to the mills, at first by. oxcart and water and later by rail. It details how the naval stores trade flourished. through the production of turpentine.
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Reforestation of Harvested Timberlands in Mississippi Behavior and Attitudes of Non-Industrial Private Forest Landowners by John E. Gunter Steven H. Bullard M.L. Doolittle Kathryn G. Arano Forest and Wildlife Research Center Mississippi State University Funding for this research was provided by the Mississippi Forestry Commission.
Questions about equal opportunity programs or compliance should be directed to the Office of Compliance and Integrity, 56 Morgan Avenue, P.O. Mississippi State, MS() Extension Service of Mississippi State University, cooperating with U.S. Department of Agriculture. Southern forests play an increasingly important role in the timber economy as per capita demand for wood continues to expand.
Moreover, harvest restrictions in the Pacific Northwest in the early s shifted a large portion of United States demand for softwoods to the South. In Mississippi, most of the forestland is owned by non-industrial private forest (NIPF) by: 8.
Mississippi Harvest records the arduous transportation of logs to the mills, at first by oxcart and water and later by rail. It details how the naval stores trade flourished through the production of turpentine, pitch, and rosin and through the expansion of exports, which furnished France with spars for sailing vessels.5/5(3).
Reforestation of harvested Timberlands in Mississippi: Behavior and Attitudes of Non-Industrial, Private Forest Landowners By J.
Gunter, Steven H Bullard, M. Mississippi Reforestation Tax Credit. The Mississippi Reforestation Tax Credit provides a Mississippi income tax credit up to 50% of the cost of approved hardwood and pine reforestation practices.
More Information on Private Landowner Services. For more information about the Mississippi Forestry Commission’s Private Landowner Services. There are a variety of U.S. Federal forestry assistance programs available to assist people with their forestry and conservation needs.
The following forestry assistance programs, some financial and some technical, are major programs available to the forest landowner in the United States. Reforestation needs from planned management timber harvest activities is typically paid for by receipts collected from purchasers of timber sales, while reforestation partners contribute needed funds to reforest areas deforested through natural disturbances such as.
Guidelines. Qualified Costs: Qualified reforestation expenses are those paid to establish commercial stands of timber. Qualified expenses include those for site preparation, seeds, or seedlings, paid labor, tools, herbicide, depreciation on equipment used in the planting or seeding, and any other costs required to reestablish timber stands after a harvest, or to establish stands on land that.
Up the Books Using a Tree Farm Journal. How Long to Keep Records Basis accounts for land and timber, including reforestation and site preparation, should be maintained as long as the property is owned, plus 3 years. Basis is the book value of investment in a capital asset as recorded in a capital account such as land, timber, or equipment.
Mississippi forest landowners with over acres (1 acre = ha) of forestland were surveyed in to collect harvest and regeneration data from to This study investigated the length of the time interval between harvest and reforestation. Example 1, you conduct a timber sale. A timber inventory just before harvest reveals the acre oak stand now containsboard feet.
Your adjusted basis, at the time of sale, is still $13, for the oak sawtimber because this is your first sale and you have not purchased. Get this from a library. Status of privately owned harvested timberland in Mississippi, [William H McWilliams; Southen Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)].
Reforestation goes hand-in-hand with timber harvest planning. Reforestation rules are intended to make sure new trees are replanted and successfully growing after an area is harvested. Key elements. Landowners must complete replanting of harvested ground within two years of a harvest.
The second approach to harvesting timber is based on silviculture-- the science of growing and harvesting trees for sustained yield.
Silviculturists rely on several methods to harvest timber. One important method is shelterwood cutting, which uses partial cuttings over time to remove an entire forest, but gradually. In this way, desirable tree. It is a relatively simple calculation, applicable to many timberland appraisal situations.
Forestry and timberland investment analysts commonly use a specialized DCF technique to calculate the value of bare land in timber production. Land expectation value (LEV) is simply the value of a tract of land used for growing timber. harvest of timber on private lands while safe-guarding soil, air, fish, and wildlife resources.
InOregon enacted the Oregon Forest Practices Act, which regulates many activities conducted on forestland (e.g., timber har-vest, road construction, site preparation, and reforestation). Baker Crook Deschutes Gilliam Grant Harney Jefferson.
to encourage reforestation investments among Mississippi NIPF landowners. The. question, however, is whether such an alternative program will be acceptable to harvested timber between January. The Reforestation of Timberlands (RT) program has been helping Virginia landowners grow pines for more than 40 years.
It can cost from $70 to $ per acre to put in a crop of pines. The RT program reimburses landowners for a portion of the costs associated with getting pines started right.
Max L. Doolittle's 3 research works with 58 citations and reads, including: Comparison Between Regenerators and Non-Regenerators in Mississippi: A Discriminant Analysis. a summary of cost-share, tax, and other financial incentive programs available to nonindustrial private forest owners to promote sustainable forestry.Example 2: Ms.
Smith own s a acre property as an investment. Her timber expenses of $1, is not deductible. State and local property taxes on timber investment property are deductible on Schedule A.
Alternatively, you may elect to treat these taxes as part of the timber .Contact: Bob Ratliff Mississippi's more than 18 million acres of forestland annually contribute about $ billion in timber sales to the state's economy.
Despite this, concerns about the future of the major natural resource are being raised because significant numbers of landowners do not reforest their harvested timberlands. The decline comes despite the financial incentives of government.