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Tree Planters' Notes Volume 18, Number 4 (1967)

Quickly Detachable Rubber-Tired Wheels on Cultivator Saves Much Time in Hauling to Planting Site
John Buetzberger

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A Comparison of Three Packaging Methods for Slash Pine Seedlings
F. S. Broerman and J. G. Hammer

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Herbicide Aids Survival of Douglas-Fir Seedlings Planted on Dry Sites in Oregon; Root Wrapping has Little Effect
Monroe Bickford and Richard K. Hermann

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Phytoactin does not Improve Survival of Stored Monterey Pine and Douglas-Fir Seedlings
John R. Ritchey, Ronald S. Adams and Samuel F. Gossard

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Effect of Storage on Subsequent Growth and Repellency of Douglas-Fir Seedlings Sprayed with TMTD
Homer S. Ward, M. A. Radwan and Wendell E. Dodge

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Paper Mulch Helps Ponderosa Pine Seedlings Get Started on Dry Sites in Oregon
Richard K. Hermann

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Cycocel Effectively Retards Nursery Height Grwoth of Eucalyptus Grandis
George Meskimen

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Growth and Nutrition of Black Spruce Planted on Cutover Upland Raw Humus in Quebec
Gordon F. Weetman

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Portable Electric Conveyor Removes Empty Cones From Kiln
Karl Lanquist

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Larger Sweetgum Seedlings are More Vigorous Two Years After Planting
John W. Johnson and Robert L. McElwee

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Clay Slurry Root Dip Impairs Survival of Loblolly Pine Seedlings in Mississippi
Hamlin L. Williston

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