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- Netvein chainfern in gum swamps
Community and Extension
Agriculture -- Experimentation
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- Transcribed from front: Plant Details; HHB-989; Hofmann Forest Experimental Area. Netvein chainfern (Woodwardia areaolata) is found only occasionally in gum swamps on the Hoffmann Forest. It is grazed in early spring when the fronds are still immature. It is rated good as forage [during] this time. Taken: 5-15-44
Hofmann Forest (N.C.)
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