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Establishing oaks in Big River floodplainsAuthor(s): Dan Dey; John Kabrick; Michael Gold
Source: Missouri Forestry Newsletter 19(1):3-5
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionSuccessful tree establishment is fundamental to implementing agroforestry practices, reforesting bottomland cropfields or regenerating green-tree reservoirs. Planting trees can be problematic in floodplains and riparian areas because of intense competition from herbaceous and woody plants, animal herbivory and browsing, and flooding and saturated soils.
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CitationDey, Dan; Kabrick, John; Gold, Michael. 2003. Establishing oaks in Big River floodplains. Missouri Forestry Newsletter 19(1):3-5
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