Reynolds Forestry Consulting

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Bodcaw 265-acres

Planted Pine &

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Nevada County, Arkansas

SOLD 12/31/2021


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Plowing is done to till soil so that seedling roots are frees to grow. RFSP currently uses a three in one 445b Savannah plow that has a coulter blade to cut roots and stumps, a ripper to loosen soil 18 to 24 inches below the surface, and two disks to plow top soil into a bed. Plowing is done on dryer sites with the contours to keep water on the tract.  Wet tracts are plowed across contours to encourage drainage. Plowing increases seedling survival, growth rates and site index. 

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