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Title: Soil Profile Observations Relating to Drouth Damage in Black Willow Stands

Author: Beaufait, WIlliam R.;

Date: 1955

Source: Journal of Forestry 53(7): 517

Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)

Description: During drouth, black willow (Salix nigra Karsh.) is quite sensitive to subsoil differences. Surface inspection alone rarely gives an adequate clue to the quality of the variously stratified alluvial soils on which willow may occur.

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Beaufait, WIlliam R. 1955. Soil Profile Observations Relating to Drouth Damage in Black Willow Stands. Journal of Forestry 53(7):517.


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