"The Use of Copper Naphthenate Treated Burlap in Forest Nursery Operations"
Abstract:Burlap used for protecting nursery seedbeds during the germination period may safely be treated with copper napthenate as a preservative, Burlap so treated is not toxic to pine seedlings and may last at least four times as long as untreated material. Cost of treatment is but a fraction of the cost of new burlap.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Chief, Division of Silvicultural Research, and research technician, Texas Forest Service, The Texas A. & M. College System, College Station
Publication date: June 1, 1949
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