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    Author(s): Philip C. Wakeley
    Date: 1961
    Source: Journal of Forestry
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Southern Research Station
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    Since 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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    Wakeley, Philip C. 1961. Florida longleaf pine fail in Virginia. Journal of Forestry. 59(6)

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