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Growth of half-sib progenies of European chestnut at the pole stand stage



Growth of half-sib progenies of European chestnut at the pole stand stage



Zbornik Gozdarstva in Lesarstva (68): 113-128



The performance of 54 half-sib progenies at 35 years of age was investigated. Progenies were derived from old chestnut trees grown at 12 different sites in Slovakia. Each progeny was planted as one unreplicated block 20x30 m in size and with a tree spacing of 2x1 m. The field experiment was established at Castanetarium Lefantovce, 20 km north of the city of Nitra (48 degrees 27'N, 18 degrees 10'E).

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