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Steven C. Grossnickle

10 publications by Steven C. Grossnickle:

Publication Morphological and Physiological Variation in Western Redcedar (Thuja Plicata) Populations Under Contrasting Soil Water Conditions
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Publication Spring Versus Summer Spruce Stocktypes of Western Canada: Nursery Development and Field Performance
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Publication Somatic Embryogenesis Tissue Culture for Applying Varietal Forestry to Conifer Species
Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 2007
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Publication Stock quality assessment: Still an important component of operational reforestation programs
Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 1997
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Publication Somatic Embryogenesis in Interior Spruce: Successful Implementation within Forest Regeneration Programs
Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 1996
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Publication Abscisic Acid Analogs Reduce Planting Stress in Newly Planted Seedlings
Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 1994
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Publication Integration of Somatic Embryogenesis into Operational Forestry: Comparison of Interior Spruce Emblings and Seedlings during Production of 1+0 Stock
Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 1991
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Publication Morphological Development of Field-Planted Western Hemlock Seedlings from Various Dormancy Induction Treatments
Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 1990
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Publication A Stock Quality Assessment Procedure for Characterizing Nursery-Grown Seedlings
Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 1988
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Publication Seedling Size and Reforestation Success How Big is Big Enough?
Publication: The Thin Green Line
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