Carl Gehardy beside the largest black locusts (Robinia pseudoacacia) in the Campbell Creek plantation. These are 10 and 12 feet high, 3 years from planting, and are situated on the small flat beside Campbell Creek. The next 25 trees in this row on steep north exposure died, showing influence of adequate supply of ground water for hardwood species.
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