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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 34 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 34
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Berkeley  - Lyonothamnus floribunda. Very small percentage of the seed germinate.  Even Franceschi got a great quantity of seed at Santa Cruz to get a few plants.  And after the seedlings germinate, only of few of them come through.  They damp off, etc.  Cuttings are very difficult.  They sprout above, but nothing more!  If I had a little greater bottom heat and could keep the greenhouse cool, say 50 [deg], I believe I could get them.  A little :::::::::  March 3, 1910.  more experience in taking cuttings will help.  - Perrine, in Bot. Gard.  - Poison oak. Take bark of one of the native willows, boil it in water (reduce 2 gals. say to 1 gal) and wash the affected parts with the solution" - This is the cure of W. T. Such (Berkeley Milk- dealer who says he has tried it a number of times or seen it tried) - the story through Jos. [W.] Flinn.  - Dudley, Prof. W.R., retiring. from service at Stanford. acc S. F. CALL, March 5, 1910 (or one issue earlier or later).
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