Canadian Forest Service Publications
Publications by H.G. McPhee
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Selected jack pine make highly suitable Christmas trees. Frontline Technical Note 15.
McPhee, H.G.; Curtis, F.W.
A guide to Christmas tree growing in Ontario.
Out on a limb: management of farm.
Shedding can be avoided in early-cut spruce.
McPhee, H.G.; Cameron, D.A.
Tree farm planning.
Starting a Christmas tree farm.
Jack pine as a Christmas tree: A consumer preference survey. O-X-291.
Cameron, D.A.; McPhee, H.G.
Mechanized row seeding of jack pine. O-X-296.
Mattice, C.R.; McPhee, H.G.
Plastic mesh sleeves over leaders protect scots pine Christmas trees from damage by pine grosbeaks. O-X-231.
Black spruce cone insect control trials Longlac, Ontario 1967-68. O-X-110.
Haig, R.A.; McPhee, H.G.
Central Forest Region, 1966 Status of insects in the Sault Ste. Marie District. O-X-43.
Field trials with helicopter spraying for control of white pine weevil.
Kirby, C.S.; McPhee, H.G.; Harnden, A.A.
Some field observations on the
cicada okanagana rimosa (Say).
Kirby, C.S.; McPhee, H.G.
An ambrosia beetle,
Corthylus punctatissimus Zimm., attacking maple regeneration.
Finnegan, R.J.; McPhee, H.G.; Watson, W.Y.
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