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Simple tool for planting acornsAuthor(s): William R. Beaufait
Source: Tree Planters Notes Southern Forest Experiment Station, U.S.F.S., Stoneville, Mississippi.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionA handy, inexpensive tool for planting acorns has been developed at the Delta Research Center of the Southern Forest Experiment Station and used successfully in experimental plantings. One of its merits is that it ensures a planting hole of eactly the desired depth.
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CitationBeaufait, William R. 1957. Simple tool for planting acorns. Tree Planters Notes Southern Forest Experiment Station, U.S.F.S., Stoneville, Mississippi. 28 p.
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