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Tree Planters' Notes Volume 23, Number 3 (1972)

Giberellic, Citric Acids and Stratification Enhance White Ash Germination
Joe R. McBride and Richard Dickson

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Chemical Control Of Phomopsis Blight Of Junipers: a search for new methods
Glenn W. Peterson

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Black Cherry Seed Germination: a comparison of seeds collected at different stages of maturity
Donovan C. Forbes

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Helicopter Seeders Can Damage Conifer Seed
Richard G. Hallman and Roland M. Stoleson

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Fertilization Treatments Increase Black Locust Growth on Extremely Acid Surface-Mine Spoils
William T. Plass

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Jackrabbits injure ponderosa pine seedlings
Glenn L. Crouch

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Geographic Source Differences Noted in Black Cherry Seed Weight, Germination
Donald E. Dorn and John A. Pitcher

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Drying and Storing Stratified Loblolly Pine Seeds Reinduces Dormancy
James P. Barnett

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Epicormic sprouting of eastern cottonwood clones affected by pruning date
Ronald A. Woessner

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Unusual Ice Damage Suggests Extra Care Needed in Overwinter Cold Storage
H. Jack Irish and Ralph D. Nyland

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Pesticide Treatments on Saligna Eucalyptus, Australian Toon Seedlings Affect Dieback But Not Survival
Gerald A. Walters

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Air Humidity, Ground Water Extend Growing Season in Wisconsin
G. Chesters and S. A. Wilde

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Coating Materials Protect Douglas-Fir and Noble Fir Seedlings Against Drying Conditions
Peyton W. Owston and William I. Stein

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Late lifting and freezing in plastic bags improve white spruce survival after storage
B. Ward and D. Hocking

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Plastic Mesh Tubes Constrict Black Walnut Root Development After Two Years
Gilbert R. Ellis

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Wire-Rolling Machine Saves Man Hours
John M. Schalm and Michael von Reider

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