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Loblolly Seedlings Survive Well On The Oklahoma Prairie

Fire rakes were used to prepare planting spots in heavy sod. First-year survival of genetically improved loblolly pine seedlings averaged 80 percent, and seedling heights were up to 1.8 feet.


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Author(s): Clark W. Lantz

Publication: Tree Planters' Notes - Volumes 28, Number 2 (1977)

Section: General

Volume: 28

Number: 2

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