A Technique for Deep Planting and Clean Cultivation of Cottonwood
Abstract:Crandon Mill Division, Consolidated Packaging Corporation, Fort Madison, Iowa, has developed a technique for deep planting of large size 1-0 cottonwood and clean cultivation at a reasonable cost per acre. This procedure involves the use of a farm tractor, 500-gallon water tank, disc, and side-mounted grape hoe.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Assistant Woodlands Manager, Crandon Mill Division, Consolidated Packaging Corporation, Fort Madison, Iowa
Publication date: February 1, 1968
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