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    5. Armson, K. A., M. Fung, and W. R. Bunting. 1980. Operational rooting  of black spruce cuttings. Journal of Forestry 78(6):341- 343.
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    31. Haavisto, V. F. 1978. Lowland black spruce seedfall: viable seedfall  peaks in mid-April. Forestry Chronicle 54(4):213-215.
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    43. Jeglum, J. K. 1974. Relative influence of moisture-aeration and  nutrients on vegetation and black spruce growth in northern Ontario.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research 4(l):114-126.
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    45. Jeglum, J. K. 1979. Effects of some seedbed types and watering  frequencies on germination and growth of black spruce: a greenhouse  study. Canadian Forestry Service, Report O-X-292. Great Lakes Forest  Research Centre, Sault Ste. Marie, ON. 33 p.
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    47. Jeglum, J. K. 1981. Black spruce seedling growth and nutrition on  sphagnum and feather moss peats from a northern Ontario peatland.  Canadian Forestry Service, Report O-X-326. Great Lakes Forest Research  Centre, Sault Ste. Marie, ON. 20 p.
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    49. Johnston, William F. 1972. Seeding black spruce on brushy lowland  successful if vegetation density kept low. USDA Forest Service, Research  Note NC-139. North Central Forest Experiment Station, St. Paul, MN. 4 p. 
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    51. Johnston, William F. 1977. Manager's handbook for black spruce in the  north central States. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report  NC-34. North Central Forest Experiment Station, St. Paul, MN. 18 p. 
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    59. Morgenstern, E. K. 1973. Genetic research with black and red spruce  at Petawawa Forest Experiment Station. Petawawa Forest Experiment  Station, Information Report PS-X-45. Chalk River, ON. 35 p.
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    65. Morrison, I. K., and N. W. Foster. 1979. Five-year growth in two  nitrogen-phosphorus fertilization experiments in spruce and spruce-fir  upland forest in northern Ontario. Canadian Forestry Service, Report  O-X-299. Great Lakes Forest Research Centre, Sault Ste. Marie, ON. 15 p. 
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    67. Mullin, R. E. 1978. Plantation performance averages for black spruce.  Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Forest Research Note 19. Ontario  Forest Research Centre, Maple. 2 p.
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    77. Perala, Donald A. 1971. Growth and Yield of black spruce on organic  soils in Minnesota. USDA Forest Service, Research Paper NC-56. North  Central Forest Experiment Station, St. Paul, MN. 16 p.
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    79. Richardson, J. 1979. Releasing softwood regeneration from overtopping  alders. Canadian Forestry Service, Information Report N-X-169.  Newfoundland Forest Research Centre, St. John's. 24 p.
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