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B758: A Biomass Study Of The Thinning Potential And Productivity Of Immature Forest Stands In Maine, Harold E. Young, John H. Ribe, Donald C. Hoppe May 1979

B758: A Biomass Study Of The Thinning Potential And Productivity Of Immature Forest Stands In Maine, Harold E. Young, John H. Ribe, Donald C. Hoppe

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The purpose of this study is to establish the degree of reliability that can be placed in biomass as a means of assessing thinning potential and site productivity of immature forest stands in Maine. The above ground biomass on 205 plots representing a variety of age classes in immature hardwood and softwood stands on meso, wet, and dry sites was cut and weighed including the standing dead trees on softwood sites. In addition, 45 point sample biomass plots were located and measured in mature all aged stands. Graphical analysis was used to relate stand characteristics to age by site and ...


Feasibility Study On Efficient Processing And Use Of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr.) For Wall Framing Lumber, James Walter Funck Jan 1979

Feasibility Study On Efficient Processing And Use Of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr.) For Wall Framing Lumber, James Walter Funck

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Economic Costs Of Wilderness Designation On The Willamette National Forest , Gene Edward Campbell Jan 1979

Economic Costs Of Wilderness Designation On The Willamette National Forest , Gene Edward Campbell

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


G79-431 The Four-Flap Graft: An Easy Grafting Technique For Nut Or Hardwood Trees, William A. Gustafson Jan 1979

G79-431 The Four-Flap Graft: An Easy Grafting Technique For Nut Or Hardwood Trees, William A. Gustafson

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

This NebGuide provides directions for a relatively simple method of grafting.

Grafting is the technique of propagation whereby a stem or bud of one plant is joined to a branch or root of another closely related or compatible plant so that a union forms and growth continues. The four-flap graft technique is one of the most successful propagation procedures used by homeowners and amateur tree growers. This technique of grafting does not require a great deal of grafting experience. It is ideal to use with small caliper trees or branches up to one inch in diameter.


Hybrid Poplar Mycorrhizae And Endogonaceous Spores In Iowa, Christopher Walker Jan 1979

Hybrid Poplar Mycorrhizae And Endogonaceous Spores In Iowa, Christopher Walker

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.