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Volume 53, No. 1
Volume 53, Number 2
Volume and wood density results for Pinus tecunumanii at eight years of age in Columbia
L. Osorio and W. Dvorak
Volume Displacement Provides a Quick and Accurate Way to Quantify New Root Production
John T. Harrington, John G. Mexal and James T. Fisher
Volume Gains of Rooted Loblolly Pine Clones at Age 10 in Florida and Alabama
Molecular Genetics and Clonal Propagation
Early McCall and Fikret Isik
Vorlex as a Nursery Soil Fumigant
Our principal problems are nematodes and black root rot, and weed control is incidental as we can control our weeds cheaper with mineral spirits than with ...
R. A. Jordan
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Stanley L. Krugman
Walnut Site Selection and Soil Management
Attempts to establish hardwood plantations during the late 1930's andearly 1940's in the Central States region were generally unsuccessful. As a result, many ...
Craig K. Losche
Walnut Wood Characteristics in Relation to Soil-Site Conditions
H. E. Wahlgren, Neil D. Nelson and R. R. Maeglin
Walnuts and White Pine Can Be Grown Together Successfully
Richard F. Camp
© Warm temperature accelerates short photoperiod-induced growth cessation and dormancy induction in hybrid poplar (Populus x spp.)
The Washington Scene
P. E. Hoekstra
Waste no water
A Water Activity-Regulated Dryer: How To Dry Seeds or Pollen With Water and No Heat
The hydrous status of seeds and pollen can now be characterized more precisely than moisture content through the measurement of water activity (aw). This new ...
Patrick Baldet and Fabienne Colas
Water Analysis Equipment
J. Dinwoodie
Water application rate and frequency affect seedling survival and growth of Vangueria infausta and Persea americana
Water as the important source of Phytophthora species in horticulture and natural environment
Water Content and Cost of Stratified Seed Related
Much of the weight of stratified seed consists of water absorbed during stratification. The Eastern Tree Seed Laboratory has determined the moisture content of ...
LeRoy Jones
Water Dipping And Frozen Overwinter Storage Of Red And White Pine
In 1973 an experiment was started at Midhurst Nursery and Research Unit (100 km north of Toronto) to examine the effects of dipping the roots of bare-root ...
R. E. Mullin
Water Dipping and Moss Packaging for Frozen Overwinter Storage of Jack Pine
Water dipping and/or use of sphagnum moss was found unnecessary for frozen overwinter storage of jack pine in Kraft-polyethylene bags.
R. E. Mullin
Water Disinfecting Techniques for Plant Pathogen Control©
Many water sources for plant production need some form of treatment before the water can be reliably used for irrigation.
W. Yiasoumi
Water Management in Container Nurseries To Minimize Pests
Water is the most important and most common chemical used in plant nurseries. It is also the most dangerous chemical used. Insufficient water, excessive ...
R. Kasten Dumroese and Diane L. Haase
Water management in propagation
Water quality: its impacts on plant production
Water Recycling: How We Do It©
Our family owns and operates a foliage nursery in subtropics on the east coast of Australia. We have been on a 10-year journey building a new nursery and ...
E. Deckys
Water Requirements and Controls, Soil Fumigation and Rotation
Let's think about water in relation to our nursery soil. Water is fine in the right place, at the right time, and in specified amounts. In fact, what we need ...
Clyde L. Gehron
Water Saving, More Than Just Recycling©
This paper will provide information on the system of recycling water from the wetlands that Heyne's Wholesale Nursery has set up in conjunction with Salisbury ...
G. Heyne
Water Sealing of Vapam for Nursery Fumigation
During tests of rate of application of Vapam in the LSU School of Forestry nursery in 1955-56 1/, it was noted that although both applications of the Chemical ...
Charles B. Briscoe
Water soaking pretreatment improves rooting and early survival of hardwood cuttings of some populus clones
The success of plantation establishment using hardwood cuttings depends to a large extent on the ability of the cuttings to develop early and vigorous root ...
Larry A. Petersen and Howard M. Phipps
Water soluble fertilizers: best practices for a safer environment
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