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A new hybrid Christmas treeAuthor(s): William B. Critchfield
Source: Southern Lumberman, 211(2632): p. 132-133
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionA hybrid pine developed in the course of forest-tree improvement research. by the U. S. Forest Service has caught the interest of Christmas tree growers. It is a hybrid between two races of lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta) produced at the Institute of Forest Genetics at Placerville, California, and has some desirable attributes for use as a Christmas tree: good form and color, relatively rapid growth, and early production of persistent cones.
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CitationCritchfield, William B. 1965. A new hybrid Christmas tree. Southern Lumberman, 211(2632): p. 132-133
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