Canadian Forest Service Publications
Publications by F.W. Curtis
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Molecular modifications of baculoviruses for the control of forest insect pests.
Feng, Q.; Arif, B.M.; Palli, S.R.; Sohi, S.S.; Curtis, F.W.; Retnakaran, A.
Selected jack pine make highly suitable Christmas trees. Frontline Technical Note 15.
McPhee, H.G.; Curtis, F.W.
Hexazinone, an effective site preparation tool on fne-textured soils. Frontline Technical Note 13.
Wood, J.E.; Campbell, R.A.; Curtis, F.W.; Smith, G.K.M.
Black spruce outplantings in boreal Ontario: Chemical site preparation with hexazinone. O-X-398.
Wood, J.E.; Campbell, R.A.; Curtis, F.W.
Commercial strip thinning with a tree-length harvester. O-X-272.
Mattice, C.R.; Curtis, F.W.
Cost effectiveness of four methods of establishing white spruce on a cut-over mixedwood site in the Goulais river area, Ontario. O-X-210.
Haig, R.A.; Curtis, F.W.
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