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Storage of Norway and Sitka Spruce seed. Preliminary results of experiments.


, : Storage of Norway and Sitka Spruce seed. Preliminary results of experiments.. Dansk Skovforen. Tidsskr, 29: 7, 257-63

A 10-year storage test was begun in winter 1941-42 with specially cleaned seed of the preceding autumn.

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