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Physical and Chemical Properties of Media Composed of Milled Pine Bark and Sand1

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E. F. Brown University of Georgia College of Agriculture, College Station, Athens

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Received for publication February 20, 1974. Supported in part under Hatch Project 411, University of Georgia College of Agriculture Experiment Stations, Athens. The pine bark used was supplied by courtesy of Fernacre Farms, Washington, GA.

Portion of dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of requirements for Ph.D. degree in Plant Science. Current address: Glynn Academy, Brunswick. GA.

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