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Proceedings of Past Forest Nursery Association Meetings:

Pregermination Treatment of Eastern Redcedar Seed
William L. Loucks
1995: Kearney, NE
Great Plains nursery managers have found that seeding redcedar in mid to late summer
provides fairly consistent germination. However, late spring frosts occasionally kill new
germinants resulting in inconsistent supply of seedlings. It has been suggested that planting
pre-ripened seed after danger of frost may be a solution to this problem.
The author stumbled onto a procedure to pretreat redcedar which gives consistent results in a
container-grown seedling nursery.
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