Letter from the Editor

September 1992
International Oaks;Fall/Winter1992, Issue 2, p2
Academic Journal
The article presents a message from the editor of the journal in which he mentioned the problems encountered for its second publication. He says that few articles were received and there was not enough time to receive seed requests to coincide with the acorn harvest and a large seed exchange. He encourages members of the International Oak Society to share their experiences and contribute articles, letters and wisdom.


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