TITLE

Rooting Stem Cuttings of Several Species within the genus Quercus L

AUTHOR(S)
Gocke, Matthew H.; Robison, Daniel J.; Treasure, Emrys
PUB. DATE
March 2008
SOURCE
International Oaks;Spring2008, Issue 19, p29
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on the rooting stem cuttings of various species of oak including white oak, pin oak, and english oak in North Carolina. It discusses the oak rooted stem cuttings and forestry and horticulture in the state as well as various factors affecting the adventitious root formation on oak stem cuttings. It offers information on the rooting trials for additional oak species conducted at the North Carolina State University from 2004-2007.
ACCESSION #
33227983

 

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