Lumber grade recovery in a circular-saw mill in California
AuthorMyron E. Krueger
Author AffiliationsMyron E. Krueger was Professor of Forestry and Associate Forester in the Experiment Station.
Hilgardia 21(3):81-103. DOI:10.3733/hilg.v21n03p081. September 1951.
tells small mill operators the grades of lumber they can expect from ponderosa and sugar pine logs of varying size and quality grown in the Sierra pine region.
It should be valuable as source material for research workers and teachers of forestry.
Also in this issue:Rapida… a new oat crop for California
Whitewash found harmless in applications on walnut leaves
Strains of the Verticillium wilt fungus in California cotton
Precision planting for cannery tomatoes
A progress report… olive yield decline study in Tehama County
Herbicides for control of annual weeds in California apples and pears
Control of powdery mildew on cantaloupe
Control of aphids on barley • economic treatment levels • analysis of yield increases