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Home Publications National Nursery Proceedings 2003 Recent Trends in Hardwood Seedling Quality Assessment

Recent Trends in Hardwood Seedling Quality Assessment

The study and evaluation of hardwood seedling quality has been attracting more attention in recent years. This is in contrast to the many decades of extensive research on conifer seedling quality. As demand and production of hardwood seedlings increase, a need arises for efficient, replicable, and practical approaches to quality assessment. Many methods of determining conifer seedling quality may be transferred to hardwood production systems. However, the genetic, morphological, and physiological characteristics of hardwoods merit special consideration when applying these concepts. Current techniques for evaluating seedling quality are discussed.


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Author(s): Douglass F. Jacobs, Barrett C. Wilson, Anthony S. Davis

Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 2003

Event: Northeastern Forest and Conservation Nursery Association
2003 - Springfield, IL

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