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Cone and seed yields from controlled breeding of southern pinesAuthor(s): E. B. Snyder; A. E. Squillace
Source: Southern Forest Exp. Sta., New Orleans, Louisiana. 7 pp. (U.S. Forest Serv. Res, Pap, S0-22)
Publication Series: Research Paper (RP)
Station: Southern Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionOver a 10-year period, survivals of cones from controlled cross-pollinations were less than 40 percent, and seed yields per cone averaged about half those from wind-pollinations. Self-pollinations produced about 15 percent as much seed as cross-pollinations. Interspecific pollinations were generally less productive than intraspecific pollinations.
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CitationSnyder, E. B., and Squillace, A. E. 1966. Cone and seed yields from controlled breeding of southern pines. Southern Forest Exp. Sta., New Orleans, Louisiana. 7 pp. (U.S. Forest Serv. Res, Pap, S0-22)
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