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Whiskey and Trees: Seed Orchards at the Jack Daniel Distillery
Stacy L. Clark and Scott E. Schlarbaum
White Grubs
Peter A. Rush and William H. Hoffard
White Grubs and their Control in Forest Tree Nurseries
The damage caused by grubs is of three main types (a) killing of 1-0 stock by cutting the primary root, (b) killing of 2-0 or older stock by stripping the bark ...
H. G. Simkover and Roy D. Shenefelt
White grubs and white spruce establishment
On occasion, white grubs cause conspicuous damage in forest nurseries and young plantations (4). Much additional injury to trees in plantations and naturally ...
Earl L. Stone, Jr. and Roy F. Sutton
White oak and northern red oak leaf injury from exposure to chloroacetanilide herbicides
White Pine Blister Rust
Robert F. Patton and Charles E. Cordell
White Pine Cone Beetle Population Trends in North Carolina and Tennessee Seed Orchards 1986-1987
D. T. Barrett, Gary L. DeBarr and Larry R. Barber
White Pine Cone Beetle Population Trends in North Carolina and Tennessee Seed Orchards 1986-1987
D. T. Barrett, Gary L. DeBarr and Larry R. Barber
White Pine Pollen Species and Year Do Not Affect Conelet Drop or Cone Size in Pinus strobus
Howard B. Kriebel
A White Pine Seed Orchard Layout
In spring 1961, the State of New York Conservation Department and the College of Forestry at Syracuse University established the first white pine (Pinus ...
Clyde M. Hunt
White Pine Survival and Growth Similar, Regardless of Planting Depths and Methods, in Ontario Tests
This report indicates a uniformity of survival and height growth for eastern white pine (Pinus strobus L.), 10 years after hand planting of forest tree ...
R. E. Mullin
The White Pine Weevil in Ontario: Recent and Current Studies Related to the Improvement of White Pine Quality
C. R. Sullivan
White Pines From the Southern Appalachians
Eyvind Thor
© White spruce (Picea glauca) restoration in temperate mixedwood stands using patch cuts and enrichment planting
White Spruce in Northern New York Root by Layering
Evidence has been found that white spruce reproduces naturally by layering. This information contradicts previous reports on this subject. Field- examination ...
Grover B. Katzman
A White Spruce Progeny Test--Seedling Seed Orchard: 12th Year Progress Report
Two hundred thirty-nine open-pollinated progenies of white spruce were established in a combination progeny testseedling seed orchard near Grand Rapids, ...
Carl A. Mohn, Donald E. Riemenschneider, L. C. Peterson and W. Cromell
White Spruce Seed Source Variation and Adaptation to 14 Planting Sites in Northeastern United States and Canada
Hans Nienstaedt
White Spruce Seedlings Respond To Density And Fertilizer Treatments In A Plastic Greenhouse
Low seedling density and moderate fertilizer application in combination with an extended growing season under plastic produced large increases in growth. ...
Howard M. Phipps
White Spruce: The Effect of Long-Term Cold Storage Is Partly Dependent on Outplanting Soil Temperatures
Seedlings of Picea glauca were freezer stored for 0 to 30.5 wks. at -5C, and thereafter grown at three different soil temperatures (3,7,11C). Root growth at ...
C. P. Chanway, E. L. Camm, G. Harper and R. Guy
© Whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis Engelm.) seed production in natural stands.
Whitebark Pine Germination, Cold Hardiness, and Rust Resistance among Seed Sources in the Inland Northwest - Planning Strategies for Restoration
Karen Burr
Whitebark Pine Germination, Rust Resistance, and Cold Hardiness Among Seed Sources in the Inland Northwest: Planting Strategies for Restoration
A synthesis of several studies highlights above-average performing seed sources of whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis), which practitioners can utilize for ...
D. Foushee, K. Burr and M. Mahalovich
Whitebark Pine Germination: Is It Really That Difficult?
The U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Dorena Genetic Resource Center (DGRC) has been producing whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis Engelm.) ...
Lee E. Riley, Rae E. Watson and Lisa A. Winn
Whitebark Pine Guidelines for Planting Prescriptions
When planting whitebark pine, the recommendations are: 1) reduce overstory competition; 2) reduce understory vegetation, especially grasses and sedges; 3) ...
G. Scott and W. McCaughey
© Whitebark pine planting guidelines
Who Pays for Tree Improvement?
Tree improvement has been one of the most successful collaborative research efforts in history, eliciting participation from a wide variety of players. This ...
E. M. Raley and Thomas D. Byram
Whole tree: a more sustainable environmen­tally friendly substrate
Whole-Genome Characterization of Inbreeding Depression in a Selfed Loblolly Pine Family
Contributed Presentations
David L. Remington and David M. O'Malley
© Why do large, nitrogen rich seedlings better resist stressful transplanting conditions? A physiological analysis in two functionally contrasting Mediterranean forest species
Why fall fertilize
A 3x3 factorial experiment comprising 3 levels of N (0, 60, and 120 pounds NH4NO3) and 3 levels of P (0, 90, and 180 pounds of Triple Superphosphate) ...
Barbara E. Thompson
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