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Ten-year growth comparison between rooted cuttings and seedlings of loblolly pineAuthor(s): H.E. Stelzer; G. Sam Foster; D.V. Shaw; J.B. McRae
Source: Can. J. For. Res. Vol. 28, 1998. October 20, 1997. 5 p.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionRooted cuttings and seedlings of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) were established in a central Alabama field trial. Five, full-sib families, with an average number of six clones per family, were evaluated. Mean cutting/seedling height ratios revealed that despite initial differences in size, relative growth rates of both propagule types stabilized and were equal by age 7 years. Through age 10 years, results show virtually no difference in height, diameter at breast height, volume, or stem taper between the rooted cuttings and seedlings.
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CitationStelzer, H.E.; Foster, G. Sam; Shaw, D.V.; McRae, J.B. 1997. Ten-year growth comparison between rooted cuttings and seedlings of loblolly pine. Can. J. For. Res. Vol. 28, 1998. October 20, 1997. 5 p.
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