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Tree Planters' Notes Volume 25, Number 1 (1974)

Pine tubeling survival varies with vegetative competition
Alvin A. Alm

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Plan ting Grass and Pine for Erosion Control
Paul D. Duffy

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Rust resistance of Populus clones compared n Wisconsin study
David H. Dawson

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Siberian Elm Seedling Development Enhanced by Wider In-Row Spacing
Paul E. Slabaugh

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Tall yellow-poplar seedlings still three years ahead of others
David T. Funk, Gustaf A. Limstrom and Paul R. Laidly

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Three systems for gathering slash pine cones tested
Richard G. Hallman

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Tubeling Propagation of Eucalyptus Appears Successful in Texas Test
Frankline Y. Adekiya, Ray R. Hicks, Jr. and Seymour I. Somberg

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Undercutting depth may affect root-regeneration of Iodgepole pine seedlings
G. F. Dykstra

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Germination rate of Arizona cypress improved by better cone collection techniques and seed pregermination treatments
James F. Goggans, LeRoy Jones and Keith D. Lynch

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Germination retarded but protection enchanted in conifer seed after coating

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Gibberellin affects rooting of hybrid poplar clone NE-277
R. D. Shipman

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Moldy seed and poor germination linked to seedbug damage in slash pine
Gary L. DeBarr and S. J. Rowan

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Morphological Seedling Grades Compared After Thirteen Growing Seasons
Roger Blair and Franklin Cech

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