Trees from seeds (cones): need info
dstaples at livingston.net
Wed Aug 14 15:26:01 EST 1996
Kind of depends on the nature of the seeds you wish to collect and/or plant.
Soft woods or hard woods? Cant help you on locations, but I can help a little
on process of doing so. I am a forester, working in the south. For locale
information check with your state/province forest service, local
college/university/school that has an environmental/forestry/ag education
department. If you are US rural, check your local landowners associations.
Last bet, make friends with a logger, they are usually not as hairy as they
In article <dwb4.549.32072F07 at psu.edu> dwb4 at psu.edu (David W. Beede) writes:
>From: dwb4 at psu.edu (David W. Beede)
>Subject: Re: Trees from seeds (cones): need info
>Date: Tue, 6 Aug 1996 11:39:51 GMT
>I'm interested in this as well. Please post here. Thanks.
>In article <4u0250$kub at extdns.hwc.ca> djones at hpb.hwc.ca (David G. Jones)
>djones at hpb.hwc.ca (David G. Jones)>Newsgroups: bionet.agroforestry>Subject:
>Trees from seeds (cones): need info>Date: 3 Aug 1996 17:26:56
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>>Anyone point me to sites where text info on how to harvest, plant tree
>>seeds can be found? Specifically north east (Maritimes) if that matters.
>>DJONES at hpb.hwc.ca and GTIS at PWGSC - 3B3 Place Du Portage, Hull (819)956-9625
>> URL http://www.io.org/~madartis/djones.html (temporarily down)
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