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Home Publications National Nursery Proceedings 1966 Handling Hardwood Seed

Handling Hardwood Seed

The long-predicted surge in demand for southern hardwoods is now being felt. Wood-using industries feel it in dwindling supplies of raw material; the forester feels it in increasing hardwood mill quotas; and you nurserymen feel it in increasing demands for hardwood seedling production. The hardwood boom has presented us with many problems, some of which we cannot yet answer. My intent today is to take one problem area, the handling of hardwood seed, and discuss the experience we have had in this area at the Southern Hardwoods Laboratory.


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Author(s): Franklin T. Bonner

Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 1966

Event: Southeastern Area Forest Nurserymen Conference
1966 - Hot Springs, AR

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