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Flush Development Dynamics in First-year Nursery-grown Seedlings of Eight Oak Species

Sung, S.-J. S., Kormanik, P. P., and Zarnoch, S. J. IN: Proceedings of the 12th biennial southern silvicultural Southern Research Station, General Technical Report SRS-71. Kristina F. Connor, ed. 2004.

Abstract— Two experiments were conducted to follow flush development dynamics exhibited by various oak species. In experiment I, southern red oak acorns were sown in mid-March 2001 at Whitehall Nursery (Athens, GA). In experiment II, acorns of black oak, cherrybark oak, Nuttall oak, Shumard oak, southern red oak, swamp chestnut oak, white oak, and willow oak were sown in December 2001 at the same nursery.


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Author(s): Shi-Jean Susana Sung, Paul P. Kormanik, Stanley J. Zarnoch

Section: Seedling Physiology and Morphology

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