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Evaluating hybrid poplar rooting. I. genotype x environment interactions in three contrasting sitesAuthor(s): Ronald S., Jr. Zalesny; Don E. Riemenschneider; Richard B. Hall
Source: In: Fourth biennial meeting of the short rotation woody crops operations working group; 2002 September 14-17; Alexandria, MN. [Place of publication unknown]:[Publisher unknown]: 14. [Abstract].
Publication Series: Other
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionWe need to learn more about environmental conditions that promote or hinder rooting of unrooted dormant hybrid poplar cuttings. Planting cuttings and recording survival after the growing season is not suitable to keep up with industrial demands for improved stock. This method does not provide information about specific genotype x environment interactions. We know very little about genotypic rooting responses to variable environmental conditions. Yet tests are finally cost effective with current technologies.
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CitationZalesny, Ronald S., Jr.; Riemenschneider, Don E.; Hall, Richard B. 2002. Evaluating hybrid poplar rooting. I. genotype x environment interactions in three contrasting sites. In: Fourth biennial meeting of the short rotation woody crops operations working group; 2002 September 14-17; Alexandria, MN. [Place of publication unknown]:[Publisher unknown]: 14. [Abstract].
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