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Drought survival of ponderosa: Pine seedlings treated with simulated dew survive by month nontreated controls in greenhouse tests

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E. C. Stone, University of California, Berkeley.
H. A. Fowells, U. S. Forest Service, Berkeley.

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California Agriculture 8(7):9-9.

Published July 01, 1954

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The ability of ponderosa pine seedlings to survive in dry soil–so dry that associated grasses and herbaceous vegetation die–may be due to an ability to absorb moisture through its leaves.

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Drought survival of ponderosa: Pine seedlings treated with simulated dew survive by month nontreated controls in greenhouse tests

E. C. Stone, H. A. Fowells
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Drought survival of ponderosa: Pine seedlings treated with simulated dew survive by month nontreated controls in greenhouse tests

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Authors

E. C. Stone, University of California, Berkeley.
H. A. Fowells, U. S. Forest Service, Berkeley.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 8(7):9-9.

Published July 01, 1954

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The ability of ponderosa pine seedlings to survive in dry soil–so dry that associated grasses and herbaceous vegetation die–may be due to an ability to absorb moisture through its leaves.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

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