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KOSCIUSKO, Mississippi – Olive trees take several years to reach maturity and bear fruit, but are a long-lasting species that live for hundreds of years. That makes it a fitting surname for the family behind Olive Brothers Timber Co., based in Kosciusko, Miss. Brothers Arrell, 46, and Thomas Olive, 43, are building on their father’s logging legacy by pruning branches and watering soil to keep the company alive, thriving and growing for generations to come. 

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Georgia Notes Pine Beetle Impact Survey

Georgia Notes Pine Beetle Impact Survey

     Keeping track of Southern pine beetle (SPB) infestations and potential and projected impacts, the Georgia Forestry Commission (GFC) combines field data with aerial surveys and trapping to project areas of concern each year. Judging from the results...

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