Black walnut: the history, use, and unrealized potential of a unique American renewable natural resource

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Sagamore Pub., 1995 - Nature - 334 pages
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Black Walnut provides important reference information and interesting reading about the Eastern black walnut for forestry educators and students, environmentalists, and related professions. The author examines current research being done on black walnuts at major universities in the United States, as well as the history, different uses, and importance of black walnuts. An eight page color photo section and nearly 40 black and white photographs are included.

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Contents

SYLVANIA
1
WHO OWNS THE TREES?
45
BLACK WALNUT WOOD
75
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