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Provenance evaluation of pinus halepensis pinus brutia and pinus eldarica in israel



Provenance evaluation of pinus halepensis pinus brutia and pinus eldarica in israel



Forest Ecology & Management 26(3): 215-226



Results from 10 years of provenance trials with Pinus halepensis Mill. and related species, P. brutia Ten. and P. eldarica Medw., are discussed. The most promising provenances of P. halepensis are from the lower altitudes of Greece and some native stands within Israel. The most promising seed sources of P. brutia are from the lower elevation on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, while P. eldarica from Iran shows good growth potential for Israel.

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