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Results of the international Douglas-Fir provenance trial of 1970 in the German Federal Republic

, : Results of the international Douglas-Fir provenance trial of 1970 in the German Federal Republic. Silvae Genetica 23(6): 167-176

Reports results, after 3 years, of provenance trials established at four widely separated localities in W. Germany, including 111 IUFRO provenances from British Columbia to Oregon, and a few provenances from California, Mexico, British Columbia and Germany.


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