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Storing Red Oak AcornsAuthor(s): F. T. Bonner
Source: Tree Planters' Notes 24(3): 12-13
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southeastern Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionCherrybark, Shumard, and water oak acorns can be stored for 3 years or longer if kept at a moisture content of at least 30 percent of fresh weight and at a temperature of 37F. Polyethylene bags are good containers.
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CitationBonner, F. T. 1973. Storing Red Oak Acorns. Tree Planters' Notes 24(3): 12-13.
Keywordscherrybark, shumard, water oak
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