Grafting California native oaks
AuthorsWilliam D. Tietje
John H. Foott
Elizabeth L. Labor
Authors AffiliationsWilliam D. Tietje is Natural Resources Specialist/central Coast, Department of Forestry and Resource Management, University of California, Berkeley is stationed at the UC Cooperative Extension office, Sun Luis Obispo County; John H. Foott is Farm Advisor is stationed at the UC Cooperative Extension office, Sun Luis Obispo County; Elizabeth L. Labor is Extension Horticulture Student Intern is stationed at the UC Cooperative Extension office, Sun Luis Obispo County.
Hilgardia 44(2):30-31. DOI:10.3733/ca.v044n02p30. March 1990.
Preliminary results of grafting blue oak and valley oak scions to blue oak rootstock are encouraging. It appears that grafting of California native oaks has potential research and management applications.
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