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Tree Planters' Notes Volume 24, Number 1 (1973)

Chemical Spot Disseminator: A new aid in reforestation
M. A. Chaudhry

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Container-grown trees show response to fertilization at time of planting
C. P. Brett and James T. Arnott

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Root Pruning in the Nursery
Jack R. Long and S. Eis

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Timing important, research shows Growth regulators stimulate ponderosa pine seedling development
Howard Loewenstein and Michael S. Coffman

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Conical Container Improves Seedling Growth On Dry Sites
F. Endean

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Graded Nursery Stock In Shelterbelt Type Planting Evaluated Over 29-Year Spun
A. B. Frank and Ernest J. George

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Phosphorus Stimulates Growth Of Yellow Birch Seedlings
Peter R. Hannah

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New equipment improves pollen viability
G. F. Turner and K. O. Summerville

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Post planting cultivation aids old field white spruce plantations
R. E. Mullin

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Tree Inventory Program Saves Time
James E. Space and Stephen E. McDonald

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Small Mammals Can Damage Young Hybrid Poplar Plantations
Todd W. Bowersox

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Systemic insecticides effective against poplar tentmaker in cottonwood plantations
Jack E. Coster

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Containerized Loblolly Pines Promising for Erosion Control Planting
B. P. Dickerson

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Converting low-grade hardwood forests to Japanese larch with fenuron herbicide
R. D. Shipman

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