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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

Vol. 22

Title:
PROPAGATION OF RHUS AROMATICA BY SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS

Author:
Ray E. Halward

pp: 431-433

Abstract:
Rhus aromatica, a native shrub commonly known as fragrant sumac, has a wide range as its native habitat. It is found in Quebec, Ontario and at least 13 States from Northeastern to Southern to East-Central regions of the U.S. It is classed zone 3, on Canadian hardiness map.

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