Included are chapters on poor natural regeneration and conditions under which this problem seems most acute; acorn physiology; collection and storage of acorns for regeneration; oak seedling propagation; and planting, protecting, and maintaining oak seedlings in the field.
This revised electronic publication replaces the previous print edition, Regenerating Rangeland Oaks in California (Publication 21601).
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