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Title: Cottonwood - A Promising Tree for Intensive Management

Author: Bull, Henry;

Date: 1945

Source: Chemurg. Digest 4(2): 53-55.

Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)

Description: Eastern cottonwood is by far the most important of ten closely related native species of cottonwood-most of which have numerous varieties and apparently hybridize frequently. It is one of our fastest-growing native trees and the wood is widely used in many different product8. Because of exceptionally fast growth and relatively high value. eastern cottonwood is a very promising tree to grow in plantations under intensive management.

Keywords: eastern cottonwood

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Bull, Henry 1945. Cottonwood - A Promising Tree for Intensive Management. Chemurg. Digest 4(2): 53-55.


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