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Field test of endrin-treated Douglas fir seed
Edward F. Hooven
|Other titles||Endrin-treated Douglas fir seed.|
|Statement||by Edward F. Hooven.|
|Series||Research note -- no. 28., Research note (Oregon Forest Lands Research Center) -- no. 28.|
|Contributions||Oregon Forest Lands Research Center.|
|LC Classifications||SD297.D7 H66 1957|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. ;|
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Field test of endrin-treated Douglas fir seedAuthor: Edward F. Hooven. Field Test of Endrin-Treated Douglas Fir Seed Page INTRODUCTION. 1 This experiment was undertaken to provide more information concerning effectiveness of treating Douglas fir seed with Endrin for control of seed-eating mammals.
EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURES. 2,3 The experiment involved three acre plots, broadcast. Coating and Impregnating with Endrin Protects Field-sown Douglas Fir Seed Chemically treated and untreated Douglas r seed was evaluated in the laboratory and at four locations on National Forests in Oregon and Washington.
Seed was treated by coating with endrin or endrin-thiram and by impregnation with endrin. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): bextselfreset.com (external link). tected spots at Additional spot protected spots, Additional spot foot intervals baiting in May during September.
baiting in May Additional spot baiting in May Seeding Entire unit seed- spotted with 10 to 15 seeds of white pine or Douglas-fir in alternate spots in fall Seeds of the Douglas Fir are relatively easy to germinate and grow.
The dormancy within the seed is short and easily broken. This is achieved by a short period of cold stratification in the fridge. You can do this by first soaking the seeds in water for 24 hours. Fully drain away all of the water and place the seeds in a zip-lock freezer bag.
Abstract. This chapter summarizes current technology concerning cone collection and seed processing, testing, storage, and stratification for the six major conifer species—Douglas-fir, ponderosa pine, lodgepole pine, noble fir, white fir, and western hemlock—produced Cited by: Douglas fir tree care includes providing irrigation in the summer.
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Alberta started a major applied forest genetics research program in Field trials to test the adaptive and productive suitability of species and populations, is primarily carried as a stewardship responsibility by Alberta Environment and Parks and of Alberta Tree Improvement and Seed Centre.
seed handling activities. Poor handling by others at any previous or subsequent stage may negatively impact your product. This guidebook is intended to provide readers with information on seed handling with an emphasis on three topics: • Guidelines for proper seed handling • The tools required to recognize seed.
possible candidate. To test the comparative effectiveness of the two chemicals, the U. Forest Service cooperated in establishing a replicated field experiment early in - 11 The test was designed to show the merits of different seed treatments in establishing seedlings from artificially sown Douglas - fir seed.
The Douglas Fir is a prolific seed producer. Individual trees favorably located bear seeds nearly every season. Seeds average 44, per pound with an average germination of 50 percent.
Properties Douglas Fir is straight grained and moderately heavy. Although classed as a resinous wood, the amount of resin is limited.
The sapwood ring is. Today Douglas- fir is also grown for Christmas trees. Wildlife: The winged seeds are eaten by western squirrels, the red tree mouse, and the dusky-foot woodrat. The foliage and twigs are browsed by antelope, mule and white-tailed deer, elk, and mountain sheep. Trees have adapted to these conditions and as a result they can have very different characteristics depending on the origin of the seed source.
For example, Douglas fir and lodgepole pine have natural ranges that cover large areas of western North America, from moist coastal regions to high altitude dry interior mountain ranges, and from.
Douglas fir forests and their supplanting by the more fecund, if short-lived, lodgepole pine. It is the opinion of the writer, expressed in as a result of a study of seed behavior (^), and corroborated later by studies of the peculiar physiological functioning of trees of this species (5).
Endrin 1 / iss used in the Douglas-fir region of the Pacific Northwest to protect aerially or hand sown forest tree seeds against rodents. Common practice is to apply to 1 pound (about 20, seeds) of Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco) per acre or approximately one seed.
Dwarf mistletoe and its effect upon the larch and Douglas fir of Western Montana / (Missoula: School of Forestry, Montana State University, ), by William R. Pierce and State University of Montana (Missoula). School of Forestry (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).
Chemically treated and untreated Douglas fir seed was evaluated in the laboratory and at four locations on National Forests in Oregon and Washington.
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Two-year results of a west-east transect-provenance test of Douglas-fir in Oregon. [Frank C Sorensen; Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.)].