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Nursery-grown sweetgum production improved by hydromulching


Tree Planters' Notes 31(2): 28-30
Nursery-grown sweetgum production improved by hydromulching
Seeds were sown in drills in previously fumigated seedbeds to allow for 6 plantable seedlings per ftsuperscript 2. Beds treated with 1300 or 2600 1b/acre of wood fibre mulch in water slurry (hydromulch) produced significantly more seedlings after 30 and 45 days than those treated with 0.25 inches hardwood bark mulch.


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