The distribution patterns of Eastern red-cedar were studied in Henry County, Iowa, in a general survey and also in three intensive study areas in Marion, Jackson, and Wayne townships. It was found that the abundant seed sources of red-cedar and the predominantly rolling land in Henry County make extensive establishment of red-cedars possible. In the northern tier of townships red-cedars are restricted to fence lines and roadsides whereas in the hilly southern three tiers of townships they are much more abundant.
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Graf, Dolores Irma; Landers, Roger Q.; and Poulter, R. William
"Distribution Patterns of Eastern Red-Cedar Juniperus virginiana L. in Henry County, Iowa,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science: Vol. 72:
, Article 17.
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