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Volume 45, No. 1 Full Issue
Volume 45, No. 2 Full Issue
Volume 45, No. 4 Full Issue
Volume 46 No. 1 Full Issue
Volume 46, No. 2 Full Issue
Volume 46, No. 3 Full Issue
Volume 46, No. 4 Full Issue
Volume 47 Number 4 Full
Volume 47, No. 1
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Volume 48 Number 1 (and 2) Full Issue
Issues 1 and 2 were combined into one big issue.
Volume 48 Number 2 Full Issue
Note: This is one and two combined.
Volume 48 Numbers 3-4 Full Issue
Volume 49 Number 2 Full Issue
Volume 49 Number 3 Full Issue
Volume 49, No. 1
Volume 51, No. 1
Volume 51, No. 1
Volume 52 No. 2 Full Issue
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
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