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Accelerated growth for early testing of Spruce seedlings

, : Accelerated growth for early testing of Spruce seedlings. Forest Science 18(1): 92-94

Seedlings of Picea pungens and P. engelmanii were grown in a greenhouse in Michigan under continuous light and controlled conditions. The seedlings reached heights of up to 38 cm after 6 months and were planted out in September after 8 months.


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