Kiln Schedule for Extracting Red Pine Seed from Fresh and Stored Cones
Many foresters still think of the Forest Products Laboratory as an institution devoting itself entirely to a consideration of wood utilization problems. The laboratory, to be sure, does devote most of its time and energies to the solution of such problems, but it has also made significant contributions to many other types of forestry problems. The paper describes the experimental work upon which the kiln schedule for extracting red pine seed from fresh cones is based.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Formerly Assistant Physical Science Aide, Forest Products Laboratory, Maintained by U. S. Forest Service at Madison, Wis., in cooperation with the University of Wisconsin
Publication date: 1940-05-01
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