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A Budget Tree Improvement Program

In an Upper Peninsula Michigan test of simple design, white spruce of a Beachburg, Ontaria provenance grew 17.5 percent taller than white spruce from the Ottawa N.F. The paper describes how to convert such tests to low-cost, low-risk, highly flexible improvement programs. The approach is applicable to other species of low priority. 1983
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A Budget Tree Improvement Program   (1983)

In an Upper Peninsula Michigan test of simple design, white spruce of a Beachburg, Ontaria provenance grew 17.5 percent taller than white spruce from the Ottawa N.F. The paper describes how to convert such tests to low-cost, low-risk, highly flexible improvement programs. The approach is applicable to other species of low priority.

Author: Nienstaedt, Hans; Kang, Hyun


Source: Research Note NC-294. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station

Citation: Nienstaedt, Hans; Kang, Hyun  1983.  A Budget Tree Improvement Program  Research Note NC-294. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station.
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