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Testing for winter hardiness in Scots pine at the Savar research station



Testing for winter hardiness in Scots pine at the Savar research station



Rapporter och Uppsatser, Institutionen for Skogsgenetik (17): 153-160



Based on the known correlation between the growth rhythm of provenances in the nursery and their survival, a routine test procedure for estimating the winter hardiness of progenies from seed orchard clones in northern Sweden is described. The procedure involves a reference series consisting of about 60 well-documented provenances, the test material containing the progeny families, and five or six standard progenies which are included in both the reference series and the test material.

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