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Tree establishment in floodplain agroforestry practicesAuthor(s): Daniel C. Dey; John M. Kabrick; Michael A. Gold
Source: In: Sharrow, S.H., ed. Agroforestry and riparian buffers for land productivity and environmental stability, The 8th North American agroforestry conference; 2003 June 23-25; Corvallis OR. Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR: 102-115.
Publication Series: Other
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionThe benefits of soil mounding, a cover crop, and various nursery stock types were evaluated for establishing pin and swamp white oaks in floodplain crop fields. The two stock types were 1-0 bareroot and large (3- and 5-gallon) container seedlings grown by the RPMTM method.
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CitationDey, Daniel C.; Kabrick, John M.; Gold, Michael A. 2004. Tree establishment in floodplain agroforestry practices. In: Sharrow, S.H., ed. Agroforestry and riparian buffers for land productivity and environmental stability, The 8th North American agroforestry conference; 2003 June 23-25; Corvallis OR. Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR: 102-115.
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