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Stratifying repellent-treated pine seed.Author(s): T.A. Harrington
Source: In: Tree Planters' Notes No. 42: 5
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionGerminative capacity of loblolly, shortleaf, and Virginia pine may be seriously reduced if the seed is repellent-coated and then stratified when fresh. In contrast, cold storage for a few months may largely forestall damage from later repellent treatment and stratification.
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CitationHarrington, T.A. 1960. Stratifying repellent-treated pine seed. In: Tree Planters'' Notes No. 42: 5
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