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Hardware cloth seed-spot screens reduce high surface soil temperatureAuthor(s): H.A. Fowells; R.K. Arnold
Source: Journal of Forestry. 37(10): 821-822.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionScreens made of hardware cloth are commonly used to protect seed-spots in forest plantations from the depredations of birds and rodents. It is important to know whether or not the screens influence germination and survival of seedlings in addition to furnishing protection against animals.
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CitationFowells, H.A.; Arnold, R.K. 1939. Hardware cloth seed-spot screens reduce high surface soil temperature. Journal of Forestry. 37(10): 821-822.
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