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The results of experiments on the hilling of trunks of gutta-bearing species of Euonymus


, : The results of experiments on the hilling of trunks of gutta-bearing species of Euonymus. Tr Inst Lesa Akad Nauk Sssr 46: 56-60

In the Krasnodar Krai, hilling was performed on wild Euonymus europaeus, and in eastern regions of the Chuvash ASSR on Euonymus verrucosus. The method of hilling as applied in various forest farms yielded satisfactory results.[long dash]Courtesy NSF (PL 83-480) 1963.


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