This article describes a new process for extracting seed from cones of ponderosa pine, and probably other conifers, by use of a medium-sized swinging-hammer mill. The process has proved to be both efficient and economical, and appears to offer several advantages over ordinary methods.
Document Type: Journal Article
Nursery Forester and Nursery Manager, Pullman Nursery Unit, Regional Nursery Division, Soil Conservation Service, Pullman, Washington
Publication date: December 1, 1943
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