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Caveat EmptorAuthor(s): Don I. Dickmann; Jud G. Isebrands
Source: American Nurseryman. 189(5): 60-65. (1999)
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionNursery professionals should use only those poplar clones that have proved to be hardy and pest- and disease-resistant.
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CitationDickmann, Don I.; Isebrands, Jud G. 1999. Caveat Emptor. American Nurseryman. 189(5): 60-65. (1999)
Keywordshybrid poplars, Canada, Balsam poplars, Japanese poplar, Western black cottonwood
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