Research at N.C State University
Atlantic White Cedar and Baldcypress
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I. INTRODUCTION -
ATLANTIC WHITE CEDAR (AWC)
II. STUDIES WITH
ATLANTIC WHITE CEDAR
of AWC transplants in outdoor nursery beds: effect of
shade,incorporated peat, and initial seedling size(2
- Effect of site
preparation technique on early growth and survival on a Pungo soil
at Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge (PLNWR)(8
newly established Atlantic white cedar and baldcypress with
electric fences, Treeshelter tubes, wire mesh cages, and tall fences(8 slides).
production of Atlantic white-cedar seedlings(1
of container type on growth of AWC seedlings, and subsequent
performance in the field(4 slides).
of container type, growing medium, fertilizer source, and irrigation
regime on growth of AWC(2 slides).
- Production of
AWC from vegetative propagation of stem cuttings(2slides).
- Seed technology,(2 slides).
of restoration sites,(no slides).
white cedar seedlings and transplants for wetlands restoration(4 slides).
- Seedling production
by the North Carolina Forest Service (NCFS)(1
- Weed control in nurseries.
- POCOSIN LAKES NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE(10 slides)
VII. ENGLISH TO METRIC CONVERSION
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