Variation in Characteristics of Black Locust Seeds from Two Regions
The high technical qualities of the wood of black locust and the ease of growing the tree have caused this species to be planted in many parts of the world outside its originally restricted natural range in the eastern United States. It is a popular tree in the more arid regions of the West. Singularly enough, commercial seed used in America comes from foreign countries. Studies, like the one here reported, are therefore of interest and value in determining the suitability of home-grown seed.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: United States Forest Service, Fort Collins, Colorado
Publication date: 1932-01-01
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