Kenneth L. Balliet
klb at sunlink.net
Tue Aug 25 17:34:02 EST 1998
Hey, Thanks for the info... As Jimi mentioned i can get seedlings of both
aspen and pines fairly inexpensively- but I thought broadcast seeding might
be a viable alternative for both if spacing was not important. I'll try
the seed source listed see what I can find out. Thanks for the response.
georg parlow wrote in message <1de6lmb.foio6112bsvwaN@[188.8.131.52]>...
>Ken Balliet <klb at sunlink.net> wrote:
>> I would like to try broadcast seeding Aspen and other "old field" species
>> onto the disturbed soils in a harvest area to try and encourage its
>> introduction to a stand being managed for grouse habitat. Anybody know of
>> reliable seed source in the northeast, Pennsylvania specifically, where I
>> can purchase such hardwood or conifer seeds? Thanks
>F. W. Schumacher Co., Inc.
>(Seeds for Nurserymen and Foresters)
>36 Spring Hill Road
>Sandwich, Mass. 02563-1023
>Tel: (508) 888-0659
>Fax: (508) 833-0322
>i think they are the best in the trade.
>btw, if they have e-amil, please let me know.
>georg parlow @ projekt LAV
>mailto:georg at 2012.org
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