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Injury to plants from rapidly dropping temperature in Washington and northern IdahoAuthor(s): R. Daubenmire
Source: Journal of Forestry. 55(8): 581-585.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionIn nearly 70 years of recorded weather history, Washington and northern Idaho have on three occasions experienced exceptionally sharp freezes in late autumn or early winter that caused considerable damage to plants. A brief review of these events is warranted since the records are consistent enough to permit the drawing of significant conclusions.
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CitationDaubenmire, R. 1957. Injury to plants from rapidly dropping temperature in Washington and northern Idaho. Journal of Forestry. 55(8): 581-585.
Keywordsplant injury, freezes, Pinus ponderosa
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