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Home Publications Tree Improvement and Genetics Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference 13th Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference (1975) Increasing Seed Yield Through Cultural Practices - Today And Tomorrow

Increasing Seed Yield Through Cultural Practices - Today And Tomorrow

Proper management of tree nutrition and moisture regime as well as the maintenance of good soil physical factors will result in increased seed yields from seed orchards. If careful site selection and preparation are conducted prior to orchard establishment, they will also pay dividends in seed yield obtained and in ease of orchard management. Additional keywords: Seed orchard, site selection, soil, fertilization, irrigation, subsoiling.


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Author(s): Charles B. Davey

Publication: Tree Improvement and Genetics - Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference - 1975

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