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Jepson Field Book volume 28_80 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 28_80
Berkeley [Jan. 1915] Cult. [Cultivated] Trees-Spontaneous Reproduction. -Cupressus macrocarpa-a little at Berkeley. -Eucalyptus globulus, a little at Berkeley. -Certain shrubs, such as Ulex, Cytisus. See Greene, Fl. Fr. -Ailanthus glandulosus, root sprouting: St. Helena. -Populus alba, root sprouting, Berkeley, etc. cf. Letter of T.W. Adam, 1914. cf. article by Adam in [?] Times, Nov. 23, 1914. (See Cult. [Cultivated] Trees file sub Adams.) ::::::::: [Berkeley] Jan. 1915 -cont. [continued] -Ailanthus glandulosus, reprod. [reproduces] in thick stands by seed in Pleasant Valley! (Aug. 1916) in a cultivated orchard. -Also acting like a weed on the Tait place near Vacaville but [?Neat?] Tait says by sprouting only (Nov. 1917). -Tamarix indica. Tehachapi Pass and elsewhere.  See index F.B. -Amygdalus communis. I notice more spontaneous seedling trees at Little Oak and in the neighborhood. The stand is noticeable-though of course the individuals are few-because in this dry land trees never grew naturally on the plains.-Vaca Valley, July 11, 1927.
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