Phenological variation in height and diameter growth in provenances and families of loblolly pine

@article{Jayawickrama2004PhenologicalVI,
  title={Phenological variation in height and diameter growth in provenances and families of loblolly pine},
  author={K. J. S. Jayawickrama and Steven E. McKeand and Jacob Jett},
  journal={New Forests},
  year={2004},
  volume={16},
  pages={11-25}
}
The phenology of 5- and 6-year old loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) trees was studied over two different growing seasons (1993 and 94) in southwest Georgia. These trees were from 7–9 open-pollinated families from each of four different provenances planted at two locations. The provenances were: Atlantic Coastal Plain (eastern SC), Gulf Hammock (north FL), Lower Gulf (south AL, MS) and Upper Gulf (north AL, MS). Provenances did not vary as to when height growth started in spring, but showed very… CONTINUE READING

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