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Tree Planters' Notes Volume 52, Number 1 (2007)

An Inexpensive and Reliable Monitoring Station Design for Use with Lightweight, Compact Data Loggers
A. Assibi Mahama, Adam H. Wiese, Edmund O. Bauer, Jill A. Zalesny, Richard B. Hall, Ronald S. Zalesny, Jr. and William L. Headlee, Jr.

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Comparing Large Bareroot and Container Stock: Water Stress as Influenced by Peat and Soil Water Availability
A. D. Munson, N. Thiffault and S. Jutras

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Performance of a Wide-ranging Collection of Black Locust Seed Sources in Western Oklahoma
Charles G. Tauer

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Topworking Coastal Douglas-fir
D. Copes and R. Johnson

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Investigations of the Cause of First-Year Stunting of Douglas-fir Seedlings in Bareroot Conifer Nurseries
Kenelm W. Russell, Robert G. Linderman and Y. Tanaka

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Organic Matter Amendment of Fallow Forest Tree Seedling Nursery Soils Influences Soil Properties and Biomass of a Sorghum Cover Crop
Anthony S. Davis, D. Jacobs and K. Wightman

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Stem Splitting and Cankering in Pacific Northwest Douglas-fir Seedlings
Diane L. Haase, N. Khadduri and T. Landis

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