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Genetic improvement of cherry for farm woodlands



Genetic improvement of cherry for farm woodlands



Quarterly Journal of Forestry 87(3): 187-194



Cherry (Prunus avium) is a fast growing broadleaf suitable for multiclonal plantations with a potential for yielding high value timber in farm woodlands. Genetic improvement programmes in Europe are selecting improved clones, registering seed stands and establishing seed orchards of plus trees.

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