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Florida longleaf pine fail in VirginiaAuthor(s): Philip C. Wakeley
Source: Journal of Forestry
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionSince 1954, when the huge study of geographic ource of outhern pine eed got underway, plantations scattered throughout the South have been te ting theses concerning the po ibility of racial variation in outhern pines caused by temperature zone, latitude, and longitude.1 Now, after 6 years, a plantation of longleaf pine in Nansemond County, Virginia, e -tablished to see if racial variation is primarily associated with difference in temperature, has some interesting data to report
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CitationWakeley, Philip C. 1961. Florida longleaf pine fail in Virginia. Journal of Forestry. 59(6)
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