Development of white and Norway spruce trees from several seed sources 29 years after planting

King, J.P.; Rudolf, P.O.

U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Nth. Cent. For. Exp. Sta, NC-70, 4

1969


Accession: 015492679

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Abstract
A 29-year-old test of trees grown from seven white spruce and six Norway spruce seed sources and planted in Wisconsin and Minnesota demonstrates the importance of seed-source selection and indicates that trees from some Norway spruce sources equal or surpass the native white spruce.