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Acacia koa Gray has two leaf forms: (1) the horizontal, bipinnately compound "true leaves," and (2) the vertical phyllodes, flattened petioles, that are parallel to overhead radiation. Leaves are… (More)
Koa (Acacia koa gray) seedlings were grown under full sunlight (HH treatment) and under 27% of full sunlight (LL treatment). Some of these seedlings were moved to the opposite light intensity to form… (More)
Seeding of containers for nursery plantings must be done efficiently, accurately, and precisely. A number of devices have been designed to accomplish this, ranging from sophisticated automatic vacuum… (More)
Coppicing provides a method of converting cull sapling and pole-size Australian toon (Toono aus tralis) and tropical ash (Fraxillus uhdel) trees to "ac ceptable trees." In trial plots on the island… (More)
A container reforestation system has been researched and developed in Hawaii which results in consistently high survival and growth rates for eucalyptus seedlings. Mean survival of containerized… (More)
The basis of the system is the Hawaii dibble tube (fig. l)--a specially designed plant container of high-density polyethylene. Its size, about 5 inches deep and 1 1/8 inches in diameter at the top,… (More)