. A shade tree guide. Trees. Fig. 8. Diagram, from a Photo- graph, of a Norway Maple Show- ing the very Dense Crown Common with this Species. The Foliage Produced Makes a Heavy Draft upon the Soil Fertility and Water and Frequently Leads to Wilting.. Fig. 9. The Same Norway Maple as that Shown in Fig. 8 with Superfluous Branches Removed by an Interior Pruning. This Preserves the Natural Form of the Crown and a Frame that will Produce as much Foliage as is Desirable. Covering cuts. Unless it is properly treated every break in the bark of a tree affords entrance to disease germs. In practice cle

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. A shade tree guide. Trees. Fig. 8. Diagram, from a Photo- graph, of a Norway Maple Show- ing the very Dense Crown Common with this Species. The Foliage Produced Makes a Heavy Draft upon the Soil Fertility and Water and Frequently Leads to Wilting.. Fig. 9. The Same Norway Maple as that Shown in Fig. 8 with Superfluous Branches Removed by an Interior Pruning. This Preserves the Natural Form of the Crown and a Frame that will Produce as much Foliage as is Desirable. Covering cuts. Unless it is properly treated every break in the bark of a tree affords entrance to disease germs. In practice cle
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. A shade tree guide. Trees. Fig. 8. Diagram, from a Photo- graph, of a Norway Maple Show- ing the very Dense Crown Common with this Species. The Foliage Produced Makes a Heavy Draft upon the Soil Fertility and Water and Frequently Leads to Wilting.. Fig. 9. The Same Norway Maple as that Shown in Fig. 8 with Superfluous Branches Removed by an Interior Pruning. This Preserves the Natural Form of the Crown and a Frame that will Produce as much Foliage as is Desirable. Covering cuts. Unless it is properly treated every break in the bark of a tree affords entrance to disease germs. In practice clean cuts less than an inch in diameter are ignored; every larger wound should be coated with an antiseptic. The most practical is creosote followed by coal tar. Tar alone is often used, but does not pene- trate deep enough to give best results. Creosote is a dark oil and can be applied with a brush. Tar should be made liquid by heat and applied in the same way. It is advisable to avoid covering the cam-. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. New Jersey. Dept. of Conservation and Development; Gaskill, Alfred. Union Hill, N. J. , Hudson Printing Co.

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