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Freezing temperatures affect survival of planted Loblolly and Slash pine seedlings



Freezing temperatures affect survival of planted Loblolly and Slash pine seedlings



Tree Plant. Notes. 58, 18-9



Baled seedlings were kept in cold storage at 34, 20 and O degrees F. for 48 hr., and for 1, 2, 3, and 4 weeks before planting.

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