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Differences of cold wind resistance among open-pollinated families of sugi plus trees



Differences of cold wind resistance among open-pollinated families of sugi plus trees



Annual Report Kanto Forest Tree Breeding Institute 1989; ( 21): 37-44



In 1973-74, two yr after planting 2-yr-old open-pollinated seedlings of plus trees in Japan, severe damage by cold winds was observed. Overall mean percentage of healthy trees was 42.1%, but there were significant differences among families. Most damage was found on current shoots. Within families there was no correlation between seedling height and percentage of healthy trees. Fewer healthy trees were found in families of good height growth.

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