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An economic analysis of black spruce breeding in New Brunswick






Canadian Journal of Forest Research 16(3): 476-483

An economic analysis of black spruce breeding in New Brunswick

Results show that black spruce breeding is probably an economic means of securing extra wood supplies.

Accession: 001297743

DOI: 10.1139/x86-085

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