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Acorn collecting, 2:13-14

Acorn germination, 2:6-7; 3:16; 4:21,24

Acorn importing to Australia, 4:22-23

Acorn intoxication, 5:36-37

Acorn production, 2:13

Acorn see also individual species names, section names

Acorn sowing, 2:15; 3:16; 3:34

Acorn storage, 2:15

Adaptability, see individual species names

Ambrozy, Count, R1:31

American Fern Society, R1:7

American oaks horticultural properties, R1:5, 11-18

American oaks landscape (landscaping), R1:11-18

Angeard, Michel painting, R1:1, 39

Appel, David N. article, Cope with the Threat : Oak Wilt, 5:33-36

Arboretum and Forest Research Station Simeria, R1:33-36

Arborétum le Moulin Giraudeix, R1:39

Arborétum Tervueren, R1:27

Arboretum Trompenburg botanical collections (non Quercus L.), R1:21, 23

Arboretum Trompenburg climate, R1:21, 24

Arboretum Trompenburg Dutch Elm disease, R1:20

Arboretum Trompenburg history, R1:19-25

Arboretum Trompenburg Hoey Smith, James Richard Paddington van, R1:8, 19-32, 21-22, 32

Arboretum Trompenburg Hoey Smith, James van, R1:20-22

Arboretum Trompenburg land reclamation, R1:20

Arboretum Trompenburg layout, R1:22-23

Arboretum Trompenburg management system, R1:24-25

Arboretum Trompenburg map, R1:21

Arboretum Trompenburg nurseries used, R1:22

Arboretum Trompenburg Quercus, R1:25-32, see also individual species names

Arboretum Trompenburg remarkable specimens (non Quercus L.), R1:21-24

Arboretum Trompenburg Smith, James, R1:20

Arboretum Trompenburg soil conditions, R1:21

Arboretum Trompenburg support, R1:25

Arboretum Trompenburg Zocher, R1:20, 22

Artificial pollination, R1:18

Australia forest farming, 2:8-12

Australia importing acorns, 4:22-23

Australia oak introduction, 2:4-6


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