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Home Publications National Nursery Proceedings 1976 New Developments in Seed Processing

New Developments in Seed Processing

The steps in processing forest tree seeds are extracting, dewinging/depulping, cleaning, upgrading, and treating. All could probably be improved to some degree in most operations, but the best opportunities for further research and development lie in (1) refining kiln schedules, (2) improvingthe upgrading of lots with specialized equipment, and (3) investigating possible benefits of pelletting tree seeds.

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Author(s): Franklin T. Bonner

Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 1976

Event: Southeastern Area Nurserymen's Conference
1976 - Charleston, SC

Section: Eastern

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