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Juvenility in hedged Radiata Pine






Acta Horticulturae (56): 91-98

Juvenility in hedged Radiata Pine

Data are presented on the survival after 3 years, browsing damage by hares, bud development, cold damage, growth and form, needle length, number and size of branches, height, volume growth, taper, ratio of volume to needle length and formation of strobili in rooted cuttings of Pinus radiata taken from plants grown as hedges or of tree form and planted at 3 sites in California.


Accession: 000417440



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