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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
West Texas Nursery Operations
An overview of windbreak seedling production at the Texas Forest Service West Texas Nursery is presented. Included is a brief analysis of the climate and soils ...
Denise L. Word and Robert J. Fewin
The West Virginia Department of Agriculture American Chestnut Program
The objective of the West Virginia Department of Agriculture chestnut program is to improve blight resistance in American chestnut by selective breeding. ...
J. Bruce Given and S. Clark Haynes
West Virginia Seed Law
Alvin C. Allison
West Virginia Tree Improvement Program
James H. Parsons
Western flower thrips: arm yourself with knowledge before battling this pest
Western Forest and Conserevation Nursery Association July 26–29, 2004; Medford, OR
The Western Forest Tree Seed Council
The Western Forest Tree Seed Council is a member council of the Western Reforestation Coordinating Committee of the Western Forestry and Conservation ...
D. George W. Edwards
Western Gall Rust
Minor Diseases, Chapter 19
Sally J. Campbell
The Western Gulf Forest Tree Improvement Program - History and Accomplishments
The Western Gulf Forest Tree Improvement Program was formed in 1969 with 13 charter members.
J. P. van Buijtenen and William J. Lowe
The Western Gulf Forest Tree Improvement Program, History and Organization
J. P. van Buijtenen
The Western Gulf Forest Tree Improvement Program, History and Organization
J. P. van Buijtenen
Western Larch Cones and Seeds--Current Intermountain Research Station Studies
In 1985, two studies involving western larch cone and seed production were begun. The first determines the influence of spacing on seed cone production of 30- ...
Raymond C. Shearer
Western Larch Seed-Contaminating Fungi and Treatments to Reduce Infection and Improve Germination
USDA Forest Service
Western Nursery Herbicide Study - 1979 Update
Summarizes the progress to date and the work remaining in the westwide nursery herbicide study. Two previously used herbicides (DCPA and diphenamid) and two ...
Russell A. Ryker
Western Nursery Situation
Stephen E. McDonald
The Western Red Lily Centennial Project
L. May
Western White Pine Seedling Mortality USDA Forest Service Nursery, Coeur D'Alene, Idaho
USDA Forest Service
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