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Prediction of acorn crops

Prediction of acorn crops

For. Sci, 4: 3, 239-45

Predictions of the crops of the Red Oak group may be possible because of the relatively long maturation period of the acorns (16-18 months after fertilization of the flowers). Prediction of crops of the White Oak group may be shorter, because the period of acorn development is 5-6 months.

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