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Resistance to physiological stress in forest trees - evaluation on the basis of growth studies



Resistance to physiological stress in forest trees - evaluation on the basis of growth studies



Allgemeine Forstzeitung 95(11): 322-325



A preliminary report on studies of long-term trends in radial growth of conifers in Baden-Wurtemberg. Graphs are given of individual radial growth and of the av. growth of 71 Norway spruce trees from about 1890 to 1978.

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