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Weed Prevention in Forest Nurseries
The nurseryman's primary objective is to produce first-class plantingstock as economically as possible. At many nurseries, however, weeds are a major obstacle ...
David South
Weed Research: Is it Delivering What is Should?
S. R. Moss
Weed response to flame weeding at different developmental stages
Weed Sanitation and Herbicides
Any weed control program for any nursery, whether a woody ornamentals nursery or forest nursery, should be a total system. Three methods of weed control should ...
Philip L. Carpenter
Weed Sanitation Program at the Vallonia Nursery
Dr. James R. Wichman
Weed Sanitation Program at the Vallonia Nursery
The objective of a weed sanitation program is to reduce the cost of nursery weed control. This is accomplished by controlling weed reinfestation of fumigated ...
Dr. James R. Wichman and Dr. James R. Wichman
WEED SEED IN TREE SEED SAMPLES
Gary Johnson
Weed Seed in Tree Seed Samples
Purity tests were performed on submitted samples in accordance with the Association of Offical Seed Analysts "Rules for Testing Seeds".
Gary Johnson
© Weed suppression by soil steaming in combi­nation with activating compounds
Weeding out the options.
Weeding with Oil
Weeds, the "prime antipathy" of all nurserymen, have lost their sting in southern nurseries. Now, we wave a magic wand over the seedbeds and presto! most of ...
Floyd M. Cossitt
Weeds and Tree Planting
In many regions a heavy cover of weeds is by far the most frequent and critical factor responsible for depressed growth of forest plantations. On ...
S. A. Wilde
Weevil Attacks on Caged Seedlings of Three White Pine Species
Henry D. Gerhold and R. L. Soles
Weevil woes: how to quickly spot and stop a black vine weevil infestation
Weevil- Induced Resin Crystallization Related to Resin Acids in Eastern White Pine
Duane F. Zinkel and Frank S. Santamour, Jr.
Weevils
William H. Hoffard
The Weiss-McNair Cone Harvester
G. A. Lowerts and M. H. Zoerb, Jr.
Welcome
Cecil Heacox, Deputy Commissioner, New York State Conservation Department welcomed the nurserymen to New York.
Cecil Heacox
Welcome
John M. Bethea
Welcome
Thank you, Dick, and good morning ladies and gentlemen. I appreciate the opportunity to take part in the combined meeting of these two organizations, whose ...
Ralph Peinecke
Welcome
The opportunity to welcome you to Atlanta and this Conference is a source of great personal satisfaction. Regional Forester Ted Schlapfer had planned to greet ...
R. Max Peterson
Welcome
Donald E. Stauffer
Welcome (Eastern)
F. H. Claridge
Welcome and Keynote Address
I would like to welcome each of you to the 1979 Northeastern Nurserymen's conference. I would also like to welcome all of you to Indiana. With this group, I ...
John Datena
Welcome from the University of Tennessee
Thor Eyvind
Welcome To Minnesota
Earl Adams
Welcome to Minnesota Northeastern Forest Nursery Workshop
Joe Alexander
Welcome to the Agricultural Research Center
C. A. Logan
Welcome to the University of Toronto
D. F. Forster
Welcoming Remarks By Symposium Chairman
It is a pleasure to welcome you here to Denver--and gratifying to see so many of you attending the North American Containerized Forest Tree Seedling Symposium. ...
W. J. Lucas
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