Studies in tolerance of New England forest trees.
|Other Authors:||Adams, W. R. 1902-, Burns, George Plumer, 1871-1953., Burns, G. Richard 1899-, Hooper, Frances P. , Irwin, E. S.|
Burlington : Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station, 1914-1944.
Plants > Effect of light on.
Trees > New England.
XI. The influence of soil temperature on the germination and development of white pine seedlings / by W.R. Adams.--XII. Effect of thinning in plantations on some of the physical factors of the site and on the development of young northern white pine (Pinus strobus L.) and Scotch pine (Pinus silvestris L.) / by W.R. Adams.--XIII. The effect of root development on height and diameter growth / by G.P. Burns.--XIV. Effect of spacing on the efficiency of white and red pine needles and measured by the amount of wood production on the main stem / by G.P. Burns and E.S. Irwin.--XV. Soil temperature as influenced by the density of white pine cover / by George P. Burns.
Bulletin nos.: 178,181,193,235,257,261,267,282,293,310,379,390,422,499,513.
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|Original Classification Number:||S541.5.V42 U5|
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