The 2018 Woody Crops International Conference, Rhinelander, Wisconsin, USA, 22–27 July 2018Author(s): Emile Gardiner; Solomon Ghezehei; William Headlee; Jim Richardson; Raju Soolanayakanahally; Brian Stanton; Ronald Zalesny Jr.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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The 2018 Woody Crops International Conference was held from 22 to 27 July 2018 throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin, USA, to unite world-leading short rotation woody crop (SRWC) organizations at a forum designed to enhance information exchange while also building a platform for developing future collaboration around SRWC production systems. The meeting included pre-conference and post-conference tours in Minnesota and Wisconsin and technical sessions in Rhinelander, Wisconsin. Technical sessions were framed under the topics: Genetics and Physiology, Phytotechnologies, Stakeholders, Bioproducts, Harvesting and Logistics, Biomass Production, and Ecosystem Services. This Conference Report provides a compilation of abstracts from each of the 38 oral and poster presentations delivered during the technical program. It should serve to enhance future discussions among scientists, academicians, regulators, and the general public relative to sustainable application of SRWC technologies for a multitude of current objectives.
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CitationGardiner, Emile; Ghezehei, Solomon; Headlee, William; Richardson, Jim; Soolanayakanahally, Raju; Stanton, Brian; Zalesny Jr., Ronald. 2018. The 2018 Woody Crops International Conference, Rhinelander, Wisconsin, USA, 22–27 July 2018. Forests. 9(11): 693-. https://doi.org/10.3390/f9110693.
KeywordsPopulus L., Salix L., biomass production, bioenergy, tree breeding, ecosystem services, environmental technologies, phyto-technologies, ecological restoration, production systems
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