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Planting Cottonwoods on BottomlandsAuthor(s): Henry Bull; H. H. Muntz
Source: Bulletin AES-MSC-B-391. State College, Mississippi: USDA-Forest Service, Agriculture Experiment Station, Southern Forest Experiment Station. 18 p.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication (MISC)
Station: Southeastern Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionEastern cottonwood (Populus deltoides virginiana) is one of the fastest-growing trees of commercial importance native to this country. The wood is in demand for a great variety of uses and usually brings good stumpage prices. Rapid growth and relatively high value make cottonwood a very desirable tree to grow in plantations.
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CitationBull, Henry; Muntz, H. H. 1943. Planting Cottonwoods on Bottomlands. Bulletin AES-MSC-B-391. State College, Mississippi: USDA-Forest Service, Agriculture Experiment Station, Southern Forest Experiment Station. 18 p.
KeywordsPopulus deltoides virginiana
- Populus deltoides Bartr ex Marsh.
- Shoot Morphogenesis Associated With Flowering in Populus deltoides (Salicaceae)
- Soil Requirements for Aigeiros Poplar Plantations
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