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Survival and growth of white ash families and provenances 15 years after establishment in West Virginia



Survival and growth of white ash families and provenances 15 years after establishment in West Virginia



Research Paper Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( NE-684): i + 7 pp.



The survival, growth, and stem form of 45 white ash (Fraxinus americana) families nested within 22 provenances were evaluated 15 years after establishment in north central West Virginia. Geographic family origins encompassed a wide area in the eastern and central USA, including locations from Maine in the North to Mississippi in the South to Nebraska in the West.

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