You can aid the process, just before the cotton incased seeds fly out of their tarry pods, by harrowing the wet sands till made soft and friable. ... Sptead them out thin on a floor under cover, where the air circulates well, and rake them over once a day, until the dampness has evaporated. ... Seeds thus kept over, such as the box elder, ash, basswood, blackberry and other refractory fellows, must first beanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Forest Tree Planter's Manual|
|Author||:||Minnesota state forestry association, Joseph Osgood Barrett|