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Comparison of the progenies of solitary beech trees and beech stands of the Swabian Alb: results of the nursery phase



Comparison of the progenies of solitary beech trees and beech stands of the Swabian Alb: results of the nursery phase



Mitteilungen des Vereins fur Forstliche Standortskunde und Forstpflanzenzuchtung ( 34): 67-76



In a study of beech seed sources in SW Germany, the progenies of 16 solitary trees and 3 beech stands from three forest districts were compared in the nursery as regards height and form. The progenies of solitary trees were superior in height growth, but no difference was observed in the relative frequencies of form types. In both sets, less than 60% of the progeny had silviculturally good form (good tops and straight stems); about 33% were bushy.

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