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Geno A. Picchioni, Sharon A. Martinez, John G. Mexal, and Dawn M. VanLeeuwen

fresh WholeTree as a substrate component for production of greenhouse-grown annuals J. Environ. Hort. 29 39 44 Grauke, L.J. Thompson, T.E. 1996 Pecans and hickories, p. 185–239. In: J. Janick and J.N. Moore (eds.). Fruit breeding. Wiley, New York, NY

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Orville C. Baldos, Joseph DeFrank, and Glenn S. Sakamoto

physical characterization of emissions from birch wood combustion in a wood stove Atmos. Environ. 36 4823 4837 Hruza, D.E. Van Praag, M. Heinsohn, H. 1974 Isolation and identification of the components of the tar of hickory wood smoke J. Agr. Food Chem. 22

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Neil O. Anderson

Mar. 1914), a discussion of commercial nut production (which included taste-testing hickory, butternut, black walnut, horse chestnut, and filbert or hazelnut—all of which can be grown in Minnesota—along with other nuts produced elsewhere), as well as a

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Daniel C. Brainard, Zachary D. Hayden, Marisa M. Benzle, Michael Metiva, Logan R. Appenfeller, and Zsofia Szendrei

favor crop N use efficiency and weed suppression. Materials and Methods Experimental design. The study was conducted at the W.K. Kellogg Biological Station, Hickory Corners, MI (42.4058° N, 85.4023° W), from 2016 to 2019, in three separate

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David Karp and Ksenija Gasic

synchronously with Colossal; prone to biennial bearing; resistant to phytophthora root rot ( Phytophthora spp. ). Qing. Early to midseason Chinese chestnut. Origin: Hickory, KY. Chance seedling planted late 1950s to early 1960s. Named by M. Nave, propagated

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Matthew S. Lobdell