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Notes: Effects of a Silicone Antitranspirant on Tree Growth

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The application of a silicone antitranspirant to a forested watershed in northern Idaho in 1974 at a rate sufficient to increase summer streamflow by 12 percent had no effect on the diameter growth of mature western redcedar or western hemlock the same year. FOREST SCI. 23:361-362.
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Keywords: Thuja plicata; Tsuga heterophylla; Water relations; transpiration; western hemlock; western redcedar

Document Type: Miscellaneous

Affiliations: Research Forester, Crown Zellerbach Corporation, Camas, Washington 98607

Publication date: 01 September 1977

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