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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 68 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 68
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Briceland  - Wagner began business in Stockton in 1856. Went to Santa Cruz and worked in the tanneries there (1859) to learn more about the business. Returned to Stockton. Afterwards took Kuleman into partnership and later Salz. These latter set up a tannery at Benicia which finally resulted in their withdrawing from the Stockton plant. - Trees which are mere saplings or poles should ot be peeled. Most trees which are peeled standing should not be peeled but should be left to grow and respond to the increased advantage which results to them from taking out the mature trees. Little trees 3 or 4 in through have :::::::::  June 15, 1903.  one rim of thin bark removed! Big trees are abandoned as to branches with much thicker bark. As a rule branch bark can never amount to much. The rule then in tending a Tan Oak forest should be to grow pole trees and send them as high as possible. The woodsman seems to think that he must take something off every Tan Oak tree that isn't mere ground scrub.  No. 2204. Maul Oak sprouts from stump of a large tree. Very thrifty and abundant. Briceland No. 2205. [Fraxinus [oregana Nutt.] latifolia Benth.]] Shoots from stump of Oregon Ash showing results of mutilation.
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