Direct Seeding in the Lake States
The greatly enlarged reforestation activities undertaken during the past few years by federal and state agencies have again awakened interest in the possibilities of establishing forests by sowing seed directly in the field. Since experiments with direct seeding were begun in 1926 in the Lake States and have been intensively pursued since 1930, the results of these trials may be worthy of consideration by those now engaged in the study of this problem as well as by the practitioner who is responsible for reforestation activities.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Lake States Forest Experiment Station
Publication date: 1937-04-01
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