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Title: Comparative germination of tree species on various kinds of surface soil material in the western white pine type

Author: Fisher, George M.;

Date: 1935

Source: Ecology. 16(4): 606-611.

Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)

Description: In formulating methods for effecting forest regeneration, considerable information is needed as to the germination habits of the species involved. Studies of germination habits have been made for several species in the western white pine type, but heretofore no sufficiently detailed investigation has been made covering the germination habits of all the principal tree species of this type.

Keywords: germination, surface soil, western white pine, regeneration

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Fisher, George M. 1935. Comparative germination of tree species on various kinds of surface soil material in the western white pine type. Ecology. 16(4): 606-611.

 


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