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Kammerer, E. Lowell

1950/02/03: E. L. Kammerer to Jospeh A. Abrahamson


Identifier
3.93852
Format
Typescripts
Digitization Status
Digitized
Dimensions
(Item)
Type
Document
Date created
February 3 1950
Description
Letter from E. L. Kammerer in response to Joseph A. Abrahamson's inquiry about disease resistant Elms. Mr. Kammerer says the Elm mentioned in the June 1949 Bulletin is Ulmus carpinifolia 'Christine Buisman' and is resistant to Dutch Elm Disease and Phloem Necrosis. He advises Mr. Abrahamson to contact Dr. R. V. Swingle, Senior Pathologist at the Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering in Washington D. C. for information on where to obtain plants. Mr. Kammerer also notes that Ulmus carpinifolia 'Christine Buisman' is propogated from root cuttings.