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Germination databases Dr. Deno

Posted by xaroline zone3 Calgary (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 10, 10 at 9:08

These are now public domain accessible through jlHudson.net/Germinarion
to a usda site.


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RE: Germination databases Dr. Deno

Please post clearer instructions on how to get to the site. Googling the above URL brings me back to this post. Thanks


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RE: Germination databases Dr. Deno

HI Loretta,
Do you google? : )
I googled JL Hudson and just picked the one that best fit the incorrect url which is
http://www.jlhudsonseeds.net/Germination.htm
I spoke with Dr Deno many years ago. I think at that point he had just organized his first guide. I believe he has retired but it is great that his guides are now in the public domain.


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Thanks xaroline, I have Dr Deno's Database but never got around to order his supplements. I downloaded them into my documents(both over 100 pages), where I can access them when needed. Al


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Thank you so much for posting the link. These were cited extensively in propagation classes I've taken the last two summers, so I'm thrilled to be able to download the entire references.


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RE: Germination databases Dr. Deno

I just found another reference, this one for germinating tree and shrub seeds. It is the US Forest Service's Woody Plant Seed Manual. You can find it at www.nsl.fs.fed.us/wpsm/
This appears to have a good deal of information about harvesting, pretreatment of seeds, etc.

Bruce


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