Leaf eating insect damage on different poplar clones and sites

@article{Tomescu2011LeafEI,
  title={Leaf eating insect damage on different poplar clones and sites},
  author={Romica Tomescu and Ludovic Nef},
  journal={Annals of Forest Science},
  year={2011},
  volume={64},
  pages={99-108}
}
As much for the geneticist as for the planter, information on sites, clones, and other factors would be decisive to reduce insect damage on poplars. In this perspective, a study was done in eight field trials in Belgium and in Luxembourg, considering two types of leaf damage on 24 clones from Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands. Damage varied considerably, depending on the clones, sites, species and parental individuals. Clone’s ranks concord on the different sites; site’s ranks are similar for… CONTINUE READING

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