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Cleaning, Pelletizing, and Sowing Eucalyptus Seed

Eucalyptus seed are irregular in size and shape. The presence of chaff makes seed storage expensive and precision sowing difficult. Methods of cleaning eucalyptus seeds are described, as is pelletizing, a method for making seeds uniform in size and shape, and a simple manual seeder for sowing pelletized seeds. Tree Planters' Notes 40(1):27-30; 1989.

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Author(s): Gerald A. Walters, Thomas F. Geary

Publication: Tree Planters' Notes - Volume 40, Number 1 (1989)

Volume: 40

Number: 1