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Proceedings of Past Forest Nursery Association Meetings:

Rocky Mountain Juniper Production at the Colorado State Forest Service
Randy D. Moench
1995: Kearney, NE
Seed dormancy limits Rocky Mountain juniper production. The Colorado State
Forest Service has found summer sowing and "natural stratification" to be beneficial. Seed
stratified in this way follows a "natural" soil temperature regime over a seven month period.
Seventy percent or better germination is achieved using this method from Great Plains and
Northern Colorado seed sources.
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