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Acacia Species Used for Revegetation in South-eastern Australia Require More Than One Multi-Strain Rhizobial Inoculant
Revegetation of degraded land requires either nursery production of tube stock for out-planting or successful establishment of plants after direct seeding, ...
A. McInnes and J. Brockwell
Accacia hybrid
Somyos Kijar
Accelerated Breeding and Testing of Loblolly Pine in the Southern U.S.A.
Progress on accelerated, advanced generation breeding of loblolly pine in the southeastern U.S. is described, including use of indoor breeding orchards and ...
Clements C. Lambeth and Michael S. Greenwood
Accelerated Domestication of Populus for Bioenergy Production and Enhanced C Sequestration
Timothy J. Tschaplinski
Accelerated Growth and Initial Flowering of S2 Pinus banksiana Selected for Precocious Flowering
Contributed Presentations
Hyun Kang and Robert A. Cecich
An Accelerated Operational-Scale Tree Improvement Program for Northern Red Oak
Procedures for an accelerated tree improvement strategy for northern red oak are discussed. The improvement scheme is directed toward juvenile trait ...
J. K. Bailey and Kim C. Steiner
An Accelerated Operational-Scale Tree Improvement Program for Northern Red Oak
Procedures for an accelerated tree improvement strategy for northern red oak are discussed. The improvement scheme is directed toward juvenile trait ...
J. K. Bailey and Kim C. Steiner
Accelerated-Optimal-Growth: Applications in Tree Improvement
The concept of accelerated-optimal-growth ( AOG) refers to the rapid production of large tree seedlings in protective culture facilities using programmed ...
Bruce C. Bongarten and James W. Hanover
Accelerating the Growth of Black Walnut Seedlings
Large and vigorous seedlings can be produced within 12 weeks from seed in greenhouses using continuous light, carbon dioxide fertilization, gibberellic acid, ...
B. W. Wood and James W. Hanover
© ACCEPtS: an alliance for cooperative course sharing in the plant sciences
Access for Tree Plantations
To minimize future losses, landowners planting trees should plan for access and firebreaks. Access to timberland is urgently needed for fire control and for ...
Billy Gaddis
Achieving conservation objectives through production forestry: The case of Acacia koa on Hawaii Island
Here we explore the potential benefits and limitations of native tree forestry as an economically viable conservation tool in the context of a case study— koa ...
D. Press and L. Pejchar
Achieving Establishment Success the First Time
Planning a planting project to achieve a high probability of success the first time, though it may cost a little more up front, will pay off in dollars, ...
Cheryl Talbert
Achieving Forestation Goals
Energy shortages place additional pressures on wood resources. Forest regeneration must and can be accelerated through definition of specific public and ...
Charles W. Bingham
Acid Injection System for Nursery Irrigation Water
In southern Ontario the tree nurseries of the Ontario Department of Lands and Forests are located on soils that are slightly acid to alkaline in reaction. ...
K. A. Armson
Acid Scarification Requirements of Kentucky Coffeetree (Gymnocladus dioicus (L.) K. Koch) Seeds From Southcentral Minnesota
Kentucky coffeetree (Gymnocladus dioicus (L.) K. Koch) is reported to have an impermeable seed coat that requires 3 hours of acid scarification ...
John Ball and Richard Kisor
Acidification of composts from agricultural waters to prepare nursery potting mixtures.
Acknowledgement
Calvin F. Bey
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Paul O. Rudolf
Acknowledgements, Contents
Acknowledgment
Walter F. Beineke
Acknowledgments
Hans Nienstaedt and Scott S. Pauley
Acknowledgments
Dean W. Einspahr
The Acorn Seeder, and Project Status at the Missoula Technology and Development Center
A new style acorn seeder was designed, built, and tested at the USDA Forest Service J.W. Tourney Nursery in Houghton, Michigan. Initial results indicate that ...
Benjamin J. Lowman, Gary Dinkel, Richard Hallman and Roy Kangas
Acorn Size Effects Seedling Size at the Penn Nursery
The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Penn Nursery, located in Spring Mills, PA, was 1 of 4 nurseries participating in a study to ...
Robert P. Karrfalt
Acorn Sowing Date Affects Field Performance of Blue and Valley Oaks
Acorns of blue oak (Quercus douglasii Hook. & Arn.) and valley oak (Q. lobata Nee) were sown at monthly intervals from November until March. The earlier ...
Douglas D. McCreary
© Acorn storage alternatives tested on Oregon white oak
Acorn Storage: Can You Really Fool Mother Nature?
Moisture levels in acorns before storage are critical. Two years after being dried before storage, water oak (Quercus nigra) acorns had 17% to 25% germination, ...
Kristina Connor
Acorn storage: can you really fool Mother Na­ture? Connor, K
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