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Vegetative propagation of native shrubs in the Fort McMurray area, Alberta, Canada


, : Vegetative propagation of native shrubs in the Fort McMurray area, Alberta, Canada. Plant Propagator 30(4): 7-9

In a programme for reclamation of land disturbed by oil sands mining, vegetative propagation of Amelanchier alnifolia, Elaeagnus commutata, Prunus pensylvanica, P. virginiana, Rosa spp. and Shepherdia canadensis was investigated.


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