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Tree Planters' Notes Volume 24, Number 3 (1973)

Radiography in Tree Seed Analysis Has New Twist
Earl W. Belcher, Jr.

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Survival and growth of bar-slit planted northern red oak studied in Tennessee
Thomas E. Russell

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"Path Cultivator" Controls Weeds in Nursery Seedbeds
Dick Raymond

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Storage of Water Tupelo Seeds
Franklin T. Bonner and H. E. Kennedy

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Row separators permit trouble-free lifting
Andrew Britton

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Hot Water and Javex Enhance Pine and Spruce Seed Extraction
William T. Meseman

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Storing Red Oak Acorns
Franklin T. Bonner

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New Techniques For Reading Seed Radiographs Save Time
John W. Duffield

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Root Rot in Seedlings Triggered by Wet Weather and Poor Drainage
John M. Schwalm

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Work Study Techniques to Tree Planting
Alan H. Vyse

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Moisture Retaining Materials, Storage Duration for Unrefrigerated Bales of Nursery Stock Studied for Effects on Survival and Growth
R. E. Mullin

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Heavy Duty Tree Planting Machine Developed in Nebraska
Walter T. Bagley

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Wildland Tree Planter Does King-Size Job
Norbert Noecker

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Efficiency of regular spacing planting designs
Harry V. Wiant

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Dehusking Black Walnuts Controls Rodent Pilferage
Rodney R. Nielsen

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Heavy vs. medium choppers for preparing sandhill sites for pine
Robert D. McReynolds and Russell M. Burns

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Survival, growth of loblolly, pitch, shortleaf pines established by different methods in New Jersey
S. Little

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Influence of lath plot-separators on frost heaving and growth of seedlings
H. A. Hartley and H. G. MacGillivray

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