College of Forest Resources Directory


Brady Self

Associate Extension Professor
Silviculture

Phone: 662-226-6000  Email: abs3@msstate.edu

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Brady Self

2020
Clabo, D., J. Gordon, A. Brodbeck, J. Willis, S. Tanger, A.B. Self. 2020. Managing mixed stands for southern forest landowners: Three family stories for decision-making assistance. University of Georgia Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, Publication WSFNR-20-68A. Download


2020
Gordon, J., M. Measells, J. Willis, B. Self. 2020. Comparing social media and postal mailings in forestry extension program marketing. Journal of Human Sciences and Extension 8(1):206-213. Download


2020
Gordon, J., M. Measells, J. Willis, B. Self. 2020. Experiences from a forestry extension long-term impact evaluation. Journal of Human Sciences and Extension 8(2):201-205. Download


2020
Self, A. B. 2020. Artificial regeneration of bottomland hardwoods. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3486. Download


2020
Self, A. B. 2020. Bottomland hardwoods: Natural regeneration using the shelterwood system. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3461. Download


2020
Self, A. B. 2020. Effects of flooding on southern bottomland hardwoods. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3452. Download


2020
Self, A. B. 2020. Effects of long-term drought on urban trees. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3035. Download


2020
Self, A. B. 2020. Forest environments: Identifying herbicide damage and selecting herbicides. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3117. Download


2020
Self, A. B. 2020. Forest herbicide effectiveness on Mississippi tree and shrub species. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3415. Download


2020
Self, A. B. 2020. Forest herbicide safety: Environmental concerns and proper handling. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 1874. Download


2020
Self, A. B. 2020. Forest herbicides: Benefits, environmental considerations, testing, and risks. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3503. Download


2020
Self, A. B. 2020. Growing pine needles and timber. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3129. Download


2020
Self, A. B. 2020. Hardwood timber volume-to-weight conversions. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3448. Download


2020
Self, A. B. 2020. Hardwoods: Intermediate Treatments. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3468. Download


2020
Self, A. B. 2020. Hardwoods: What is high-grading? Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3451. Download


2020
Self, A. B. 2020. Herbicidal control of invasive tree, shrub, and vine species in Mississippi. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3474. Download


2020
Self, A. B. 2020. Marketing your timber: The Bidding Process. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 1620. Download


2020
Self, A. B. 2020. Marketing your timber: The timber sales agreement. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 1855. Download


2020
Self, A. B. 2020. Natural regeneration using seed trees. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 1816. Download


2020
Self, A. B. 2020. What is attacking my pine? The case of the deodar weevil. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3057. Download


2020
Self, A. B. Bottomland hardwood management: Species/site relationships. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 2004. Download


2020
Self, A. B., A. Ezell. 2020. Herbicide options for hardwood management. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 2873. Download


2020
Self, A. B., J. Gordon. 2020. Environmental geocaching: Learning through nature and technology. University of Georgia Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, Publication WSFNR-20-67A. Download


2020
Self, A. B., J. L. Willis, A.W. Ezell. 2020. Oak regeneration success in operational shelterwood cuts: year two results. Pages 230-234 in D. C. Bragg, N. E. Koerth, A. G. Holley, eds., Proceedings of the 20th Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference. e-Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-253. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 338 p. Download


2020
Self, A. B., K. Cunningham. 2020. Upland hardwoods: Should I manage or regenerate my stand? Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3463. Download


2020
Self, A. B., R. Parker. 2020. Thinning pine trees by the leave-tree method. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 2832. Download


2020
Self, A.B. 2020. Disaster preparedness: Tree removal and timber-recovery issues. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Information Sheet 1708. Download


2020
Self, A.B. 2020. Tree wounds: Should they be repaired. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3533. Download


2020
Self, A.B. S. Dicke. 2020. Inspecting your new plantation. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3143. Download


2020
Self, A.B., J. Willis, R. Rousseau, J. Kushla, A. Rohnke. 2020. Alternative markets for generating forest income. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3173. Download


2020
Self, A.B., K. B. Page. 2020. Geocaching in natural resources: Fun with forests around us. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3508. Download


2020
Self, A.B., K. Cunningham. 2020. Upland Hardwoods: Natural Regeneration. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3476. Download


2020
Self, B. 2020. Sixth-year oak regeneration in bottomland hardwood shelterwood cuts in Mississippi. Journal of the National Association of County Agricultural Agents 13(2). Download


2019
Self, A. B. 2019. A step-by-step guide to taking urban forest inventory measurements. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 2882. Download


2019
Self, A. B. 2019. Maintaining hardwood forest profitability without ash species. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3009. Download


2019
Self, A. B. 2019. Northern long-eared bat and Mississippi forestry: Impacts of the Endangered Species Act. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 2935. Download


2019
Self, A. B. 2019. Pine straw: Marketing the product. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 2762. Download


2019
Self, A. B. 2019. The Bradford Pear tree: Beauty or beast? Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 2954. Download


2019
Self, A. B. 2019. Tree injection for timber stand improvement. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 2942. Download


2019
Self, A. B. 2019. What is a BioBlitz? Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 2887. Download


2019
Self, A. B., B. Layton. 2019. Signs and symptoms of emerald ash borer. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 2896. Download


2019
Self, A. B., J. Kushla. 2019. Mechanical site preparation for forestry in Mississippi. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3006. Download


2019
Self, A.B. 2019. Herbicide options for management of longleaf pine. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3405. Download


2019
Willis, J., A. B. Self. 2019. Basic biological considerations for practicing mixed-stand management. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 3381. Download


2019
Willis, J., J. Gordon, S. M. Tanger, M. Blazier, A. B. Self, A. Brodbeck. 2019. Managing mixed-stands: Reassessing a forgotten stand type in the Southeastern United States. Forests 10(9):751. Download


2015
Self, A.B., A.W. Ezell, D. Rowe, E.B. Schultz, J.D. Hodges. 2015. Meadow vole (Microtus Pinetorum) induced mortality of oak seedlings in a former agricultural field planting. Pages 295-300 in A.G. Holley, K.F. Conner, J.D. Haywood, editors, Proceedings of the 17th Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference. USDA Forest Service, Southern Experiment Station. E-Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-203. 551 p.


2015
Self, A.B., A.W. Ezell, D. Rowe, E.B. Schultz, J.D. Hodges. 2015. Mechanical site preparation and Oust XP effects on stem biomass in three-year-old Nuttall oak seedlings planted on a former agricultural field. Pages 57-61 in A.G. Holley, K.F. Conner, J.D. Haywood, editors, Proceedings of the 17th Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference. USDA Forest Service, Southern Experiment Station. E-Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-203. 551 p.


2014
Crosby, M.K., X. Fan, T.D. Leninger, M.A. Spetich, A.B. Self. 2014. Spatial trends and factors associated with hardwood mortality in the southeasern United States. Southeastern Geographer 54(1):72-85.


2014
Self, A.B., A.W. Ezell, D. Rowe. 2014. Performance of oak seedlings grown under different Oust XP regimes. Forests 5(1):1331-1340. Download


2013
Alkire, D.K., J.C. Rainer, A.B. Self, A.W. Ezell, A.J. Londo, E.B. Schultz. 2013. Influence of planting stocks on the survival and growth of Nutall and cherrybark oak planted on lands damaged by hurricane Katrina. Pages 338-351 in G.W. Miller, T.M. Schuler, K.W. Gottschalk, J.R. Brooks, S.T. Grushecky, B.D. Spond, J.S. Rentch, editors, 18th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. General Technical Report NRS-P-117.


2013
Rainer, J.C., D.K. Alkire, A.B. Self, A.W. Ezell, S. Demarais, B.K. Strickland. 2013. Efficacy and non-target impact of midstory injection in bottomland hardwoods. Pages 404-410 in G.W. Miller, T.M. Schuler, K.W. Gottschalk, J.R. Brooks, S.T. Grushecky, B.D. Spond, J.S. Rentch, editors, 18th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. General Technical Report NRS-P-117.


2013
Self, A.B., A.J. Londo, A.W. Ezell. 2013. Forest herbicide safety: Environmental concerns and proper handling. Mississippi State University Extension Service Publication 1874. 8pp. Download


2013
Self, A.B., A.J. Londo, T.A. Monaghan. 2013. Timber stand improvement. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 1281. Download


2013
Self, A.B., A.J. Londo. 2013. Disaster relief: Clearing debris from land. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Information Sheet 1711. Download


2013
Self, A.B., A.J. Londo. 2013. Soil pH and tree species suitability in Mississippi. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 2311. 2p. Download


2013
Self, A.B., A.W. Ezell, J.L. Moree, R.O. Thornton. 2013. Effect of directed-spray glyphosate applications on survival of planted oaks after three growing seasons. Pages 295-298 in J.M. Guldin, editor, Proceedings of the 15th Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference. Hot Springs, AR. E-Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-GTR- 175. Asheville, NC: USDA, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. Download


2012
Alkire, D.K., A.W. Ezell, S. Demarais, B.K. Strickland, D.B. Hollis, A.B. Self. 2012. Efficacy of midstory injection and non-target impact in bottomland hardwoods. Sixteenth Biennial Southern Silviculture Research Conference. USDA Forest Service e-General Technical Report SRS-156. pp. 3-6. Charleston, SC.


2012
Hollis, D.B., A.W. Ezell, E.B. Schultz, J.D. Hodges, A.B. Self, D.K. Alkire. 2012. Evaluating different planting stocks for oak regeneration on Hurricane Katrina damaged sites. Pages 151-156 in J.R. Butnor (ed.), Proceedings of the 16th Biennial Southern Silviculture research Conference. USDA Forest Service e-General Technical Report SRS-156.


2012
Self, A.B., A.W. Ezell, A.J. Londo, J.D. Hodges, D.K. Alkire, D.B. Hollis. 2012. Effects of chemical site preparation on herbaceous vegetation to hardwood plantation establishment. Pages 302-307 in J.R. Butnor (ed.), Proceedings of the 16th Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference. Feb. 15-17, 2011. Charleston, SC. USDA Forest Service, Southern Experiment Station. Gen.Tech.Rep. SRS-156. 391 p.


2012
Self, A.B., A.W. Ezell, A.J. Londo, J.D. Hodges, D.K. Alkire, D.B. Hollis. 2012. Evaluation of site preparation and planting stock on Nuttall oak and cherrybark oak growth on a former agricultural area. Pages 308-313 in J.R. Butnor (ed.), Proceedings of the 16th Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference. Feb. 15-17, 2011. Charleston, SC. USDA Forest Service, Southern Experiment Station. Gen.Tech.Rep. SRS-156. 391 p.


2012
Self, A.B., A.W. Ezell, D. Rowe, E.B. Schultz, J.D. Hodges. 2012. Effects of mechanical site preparation on growth of oaks planted on former agricultural sites. Forests 3: 22-32. Download


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