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Genetic variation and realized genetic gain from black pine tree improvement



Genetic variation and realized genetic gain from black pine tree improvement



Silvae Genetica 54(3): 96-103



In 1978 a 10 ha clonal seed orchard of black pine (Pinus nigra Arnold) was established in the area of Koumani in the western part of Peloponnesos, Greece. The orchard comprises 52 clones derived from intensively selected plus trees in the natural forest of black pine of Peloponnesos. In 1991 three open pollinated progeny tests were established in Peloponnesos, proximal to the villages of Raches, Vlachokerasia and Vamvakou.

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