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Nursery selection of loblolly pine



Nursery selection of loblolly pine



[US Forest Service] Research Note, Southern Forest Experiment Station (SO-212): 3



Outstandingly tall seedlings of Pinus taeda, about twice the height of controls, were selected over a 10-yr period in a nursery in S. Mississippi. The progress of (a) selected trees and (b) control trees is tabulated up to 3-10 yr old. Survival of (a) was similar to that of (b); the ht. and vol. of (a) was significantly greater than in (b). Ht. superiority declined more with age than vol. superiority: the vol. of (a) was 20-46% more than that of (b) at 10 yr old.

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