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The lichen flora of southern California

Author: Hasse, HE (1913) (pp. 1-132). Department of Botany, Smithsonian Institution: Washington: G.P.O.. HERO ID: 3114890


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Injury to vegetation by smelter fumes

Author: Haywood, JK (1905) Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Chemistry. HERO ID: 3378327


Technical Report
Technical Report

White ash. Plant guide fact sheet.

Author: USDA NRCS Laurel, MD: U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service. [Fact Sheet] HERO ID: 3114794

[Less] White ash is a good tree for open areas such as parks and campuses; it also is used as a lawn, shade, . . . [More] White ash is a good tree for open areas such as parks and campuses; it also is used as a lawn, shade, and street tree, even though its potential large size can make it incongruous with a small area. It is an erect, graceful tree, often with bronze-purple fall foliage. It is easy to transplant and numerous cultivars have been developed, including seedless (male) forms. Other selections are based on yellow to orange and
purple fall colors, persistence of leaves in the fall, height, crown shape (broadly to narrowly oval) and density, growth vigor, and cold hardiness. White ash also has been used in re-vegetating disturbed sites.