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Effect of drying treatments on warping of 36-year-old white spruce seed sources tested in a provenance trial

Effect of drying treatments on warping of 36-year-old white spruce seed sources tested in a provenance trial

Annals of Forest Science 59(5/6): 503-509

Wood from plantations will increasingly become a major source of supply for the lumber industry and this raw material is likely to have characteristics much different from those of the wood harvested in natural forests. This could require costly adjustments to manufacturing processes to maintain the quality of the end-use products. In Canada, white spruce (Picea glauca) is one of the main reforestation species and one of the most extensively used for lumber.

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DOI: 10.1051/forest:2002034

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