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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
Westvaco Cone Kiln
To fill a definite need for a low-cost cone kiln to cure small lots of cones, the Westvaco Experimental Forest designed and constructed a kiln that has a ...
L. T. Easley
Wetland Restoration of the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area: Success and Failures
The 3,700 acre Yolo Bypass Wildlife project is the largest wetland restoration project underway in the West Coast. The project is unique in that it combines ...
Rick Storre
Wetting Agent in the Planting Hole Reduced the Effect of Seasonal Drought on Douglas-Fir Container Stock
B. G. Dunsworth
Weyerhaeuser Douglas Fir Breeding Program
C. Dean and C. Dean
Weyerhaeuser in Arkansas
Weyerhaeuser Company has undergone many transitions since it was founded in 1900. Changes have occurred in the timberlands and wood products divisions as well ...
John Hearnsberger
Weyerhaeuser Seed Catalog
It is difficult to maintain accurate inventory records, let alone trying to keep them current. The problem becomes more confounded with seed when source, ...
R. P. Plyler
Weyerhaeuser Tree Seedling Harvester Systems
Weyerhaeuser Company has several large nurseries in Northwest and Southern United States. Increasing labor costs at these nurseries has forced the ...
E. W. Arnold
What are my options for propagation fog?
What are my options for recycling used green­house film?
© What are the best seed sources for ecosystem restoration on BLM and USFS lands?
What Are the Consequences of Reduced Effort in Tree Improvement?
Fikret Isik, J. B. Jett, Josh Steiger, Patrick Cumbie, Ross Whetten, Saul Garcia, Steve McKeand and Tori Batista-Brooks
What Are The Economic Implications Of Using Off-Source Seed?
George R. Staebler
What Do We Do to Improve Wood Properties in a Breeding Program?
Bailian Li, Fikret Isik and Barry Goldfarb
What does Industry Need that Tree Improvement Can Provide?
R. B. Valley
What does Industry Need that Tree Improvement Can Provide?
R. B. Valley
What Does It Cost to Grow Seedlings in Containers?
More containerized tree seedlings are being planted in the South. The Forest Service has found they are no more costly to grow in some circumstances than ...
Richard W. Guldin
What Have You Nurserymen Got to Lose?
In this era of rapidly changing scientific know-how, it's rare to hear a nurseryman say: "All you've got to do is throw the seeds down, water em and they'll, ...
Earl W. Belcher, Jr.
What Is a Soil Management Plan, and Why Would You Want One?
Next to water, soil is the most important resource of a bareroot nursery, and must be properly managed if the nursery is to be successful. Soil quality is not ...
What Is a Soil Management Plan, and Why Would You Want One?—Part II
The third and final part of this series will appear in the January, 1996, issue of FNN, and will show how to assess the production potential of your nursery ...
What Is a Soil Management Plan, and Why Would You Want One?—Part III
We'll wrap up the subject by showing how to assess the production potential of your nursery soil and implement the Soil Management Plan.
What Is Chlorophyll Fluorescence and How Do You Interpret the Numbers?
Gary Ritchie
What is Hardening Off and the Use of Nitrogen
What is hardening off?" A precise definition of the term "hardening off" is very elusive, a great deal depending upon the users need for a term to describe the ...
Homer S. Ward
What is Mycorrhiza and What Does it do?
Mycorrhiza is the association of the mycelium of various fungi and the roots of seed plants. Mycorrhiza can form in many shapes and colors. Formations ...
Karl B. Lanquist
What is the Hardwood Quality Nursery Cooperative Doing?
Regenerating cut-over, abandoned, strip-mined, and federal government sponsored Conservation Reserve lands has increased the demand for bare-root hardwood ...
Janette R. Thompson and Richard C. Schultz
What is the Latest in Cone and Seed Handling Equipment and Techniques
William J. Isaacs
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