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Outplanting performance in Virginia of genetically improved Virginia Piedmont loblolly pine seedlings produced in South Carolina and Virginia nurseries


Outplanting performance in Virginia of genetically improved Virginia Piedmont loblolly pine seedlings produced in South Carolina and Virginia nurseries



Proceedings of the International Symposium on Nursery Management Practices for the Southern Pines Montgomery Alabama August 4-9-1985 edited by David B South: 289




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