Schoeffler, Betty
September 1994
International Oaks;Fall1994, Issue 5, p23
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the offspring of the hybrids developed by oak hybridizer Walter Pace Cottam at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City between 1965 and 1971. The work of the hybridizer started the development of hybrids ideally suited to a particular geographic area or to meet specific horticultural or landscape needs. The factors that hinder the commercial propagation of the Cottam oak includes the lack of uniformity among offspring.


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