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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 72 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 72
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Berkeley - Seeds of California trees, Frank C. Clark, student, says his mother remembers my bot. trip through Mendecino in 1897.  I stopped at the Clark place, where they told me that Kelogg's headquarters had been with J. H. Clark, a few miles south.  Says "his father collected & sold seed 40 years ago when there were bonanza prices, ten pounds of Douglas Fir seed bringing a matter of [_160].  But  those days are past."  "Now we raise sheep.  We have practically solved the coyote :::::::::  May 12, 1910.  problem by building a picket fence, driving the stakes in rather closely with posts every 20 ft, a barb wire at the ground to prevent coyotes digging under and 2 or 3 strands at the top. Where there is so much feed and comparatively few coyotes, poison won't work.  They won't touch anything that is killed.  Sometimes they can be caught in traps, tho  not usually by baiting.  But they like to worry an old carcass , vulture picked & weather-beaten.  Throw it into a bush and the bones will tempt them.  Then set traps.  I should
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