• Propagation of Woody Plants by Seed

      Babb, M. F. (School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management, Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, 1959-04)
      A majority of the plants discussed in his publication are usually propagated by seed sown in the fall, or stratified in preparation for spring sowing. However, the seed of some may be planted without special treatment and still others are normally propagated by vegetative means. Table 1 indicates the general methods by which the species of each genera may be propagated. No attempt has been made to make this table all-inclusive. Some genera are of limited usefulness in Alaska. The table actually represents material acquired by the Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, or sent sent to the Station for evaluation during the past eight years.