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Longleaf Pine GeneticsAuthor(s): Ronald C. Schmidtling
Source: Proceedings of the 2nd Longleaf Alliance Conference 1998
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThere has been a movement of late toward the use of natural regeneration for iongieaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) as well as for other forest tree species. If you have a good natural stand, and have plenty of time, natural regeneration will result in a suitable stand, and genetics is not relevant.
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CitationSchmidtling, Ronald C. 1999. Longleaf Pine Genetics. Proceedings of the 2nd Longleaf Alliance Conference 1998
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