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Variation in early growth of western white pine in north Idaho



Variation in early growth of western white pine in north Idaho



USDA Forest Service Research Paper (INT222): 22



Data are presented from five studies of Pinus monticola, the oldest of which was initiated in 1955. Variation in growth was generally only significant among trees within stands, and not between stands from different geographic areas or altitude zones.

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