3 edition of High-gum-yielding slash pines survive and grow well found in the catalog.
High-gum-yielding slash pines survive and grow well
S. V. Kossuth
|Statement||by S.V. Kossuth.|
|Series||Research note SE -- 315.|
|Contributions||Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
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Plantings in Georgia and Florida were established with slash pine seedlings of three genetic types: selections improved for high gum yield (IHGY), selections with improved growth and form (IGF), and commercial stock (CS).Author: S.V.
Kossuth, W.J. Peters, C.R. Gansell. High-Gum-Yielding Slash Pines Survive and Grow Well by S. Kossuth, W. Peters, and C. Gansell ABSTRACT. --Plantings in Georgia and Florida were established with slash pine seedlings of three genetic types: selections improved for high gum yield (IHGY), selections with improved growth and form (IGF), and commercial stock (CS).
Under ad-Author: S.V. Kossuth, W.J. Peters, C.R. Gansell. Get this from a library. High-gum-yielding slash pines survive and grow well. [S V Kossuth; W J Peters; C R Gansel; Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.); United States.
Forest Service.]. Get this from a library. High-gum-yielding slash pines survive and grow well. [S V Kossuth; W J Peters; C R Gansel; Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.)].
High-gum-yielding slash pines survive and grow well by: Kossuth, S. Published: () Harvesting costs for mechanized thinning systems in slash pine plantations / by: Granskog, James E.
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