A Miniature Pressure Injector for Deciduous Woody Seedlings and Branches1

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J. P. Sterrett Agricultural Research Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Frederick, MD 21701

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Received for publication September 25, 1976.

Plant Physiologist and Horticulturist respectively, Weed Physiology and Growth Regulator Research Laboratory. The authors thank J. P. Carroll, Machinist, U. S. Army Garrison, Ft. Detrick, Frederick, MD for constructing the mini-injector; G. K. Brown, Agricultural Engineer, ARS, Nursery Crops Research Laboratory, Delaware, Ohio for his invaluable advice related to pressure injection; and H. L. Keil, Research Plant Pathologist, ARS, Fruit Laboratory, Beltsville, MD for providing container-grown fruit trees.

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