PLANTATIONS are our specialty...

Thinning, clear cut? Tell us what you want, and we will make it happen. We have the know-how and want to work with you to give you the results you envision.

We do EXCELLENT work on Plantations. Contact Chad and lets talk.

 

Chad Files – 662-871-9529

or Scott Whitt – 662-791-1302

When to thin?

    “Are my pine trees ready to thin?” There is no definite answer to this question, because every pine plantation may be different. Some plantations may be ready to thin as early as age 12, and some may not be ready for thinning until age 18 or older.
     Many factors determine when a pine plantation is ready to be thinned: site productivity, planting density, genetics, and weed competition. But the timing of the first thinning is very important. This first thinning may affect the productivity and economics of the pine plantation for the next 20 to 30 years, so it is a must that thinning be done at the right time.

    Trees are like other crops in that they don’t grow well if there are too many per acre. The number of trees per acre affects diameter growth of individual trees, thus the yield and growth of the entire stand. As the trees grow larger, the site can support  fewer trees per acre. To maintain the vigor and growth rates of the best trees, known as “crop trees,” pine plantations are thinned to a density the site can best support. When pines are thinned at the proper time and in the proper manner, landowners benefit in several ways: 

  • High quality trees can grow.
  • Landowners receive intermediate income.
  • Health and vigor of the stand are maintained.
  • Wildlife habitat is enhanced.

 

When is the proper time to conduct your first thinning? Consider these points before you thin your pine plantation:

  • Tree diameters
  • Stand density
  • Tree heights
  • Natural pruning
  • Growth rates

– Quoted from Publication 2260, MS State Univ. Extension Service, Timothy A.Traugott, Dr. Stephen Dicke

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Ever notice the highway sound barriers in the cities. A key ingredient of those panels is....woodchips!

Where to Find Us:

Pro South, Inc
619 Hwy. 30 East
Booneville, MS 38829


Phone: 662 720-7950

Fax: 662 340-6158

 

Alt. phone number

662-728-0857

 

For your timber needs,

contact:

RUSSELL STITES

662-728-0857

russell@prologging.com

 

SCOTT WHITT

662-791-1302

scott@prologging.com

 

PLEASE NOTE SCOTT DOES NOT HANDLE EMPLOYMENT MATTERS.

For matters of employment, call 662-720-7950

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We are continually acquiring the latest and best equipment to do a great job for our customers.

Our workers are skilled and ready to do a great job for you.

When you find out what we can do, you won't want to deal with anyone else!

We are happy to discuss with you your needs for harvesting your timber and how our practices will best suit those needs. Give us a call.

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619 Hwy. 30 East, Booneville, MS 38829-8012.

 

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