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Tree Planters' Notes Volume 18, Number 2 (1967)

Presowing, Stratifying Spruce and Pine Seed in Plastic Containers Proves Best in Alberta, Canada, Test
J. C. Chedzoy

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New Home-Made Wooden Table Allows Faster Cleaning and Inspection of Cones
James R. Lott and M. Stoleson

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A Practical Technique for Applying Rodent Repellents to Acorns
Clair Merritt and Michael H. Adams

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Pine Nursery Stock
Eugene Shoulders and Jacques R. Jorgensen

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Survival of Hail-Damaged Slash Pine Seedlings Higher thans Expected
Earl W. Belcher, Jr. and S. P. Darby

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A Brief History of the Development of the Association of Official Seed Analysts' Rules for TESTING Tree and Shrub Seeds
C. B. W. Rogers

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Sowing Tulip Poplar Seed is Done Well by Modified Sawdust Spreader with Tractor
L. Franklin Wood

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Improving Storage of Spruce Pine Seed
B. F. McLemore and James P. Barnett

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Effective Stratification of Spruce Pine Seed
B. F. McLemore and James P. Barnett

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Study of Spruce Pine Cone Maturity and Seed Yield
B. F. McLemore and James P. Barnett

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Ideal Nursery Bed Density for Sweetgum Seedlings
Charles D. Webb and Sanford P. Darby

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Successful Coppice Regeneration of Second-Growth Redwood
Harry V. Wiant

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Over Winter Cold Storage of Red and White Pine Transplants Successful in Northern Indiana
Richard Rambo and Robert D. Williams

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Germination of Loblolly Pine Seed Hastened by Soakigs in Aerated Cold Water
B. F. McLemore and James P. Barnett

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Taller Loblolly Pine Seedlings Grow Faster in a Texas Plantation
Ellis V. Hunt, Jr. and Gary Gilmore

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