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Sub-tropical exotic pine taxa, growth, form and wood properties comparisons across multiple sites in coastal Queensland in: thinning and clearfall age trials; in family and clonal hybrid pine trials and in a genetics x fertiliser x weed control trial.

Harding, K.J. and Zbonak, A. and Copley, T.R. and Nester, M.R. and Dieters, M. J. and Kain, D. and Last, I. S. (2010) Sub-tropical exotic pine taxa, growth, form and wood properties comparisons across multiple sites in coastal Queensland in: thinning and clearfall age trials; in family and clonal hybrid pine trials and in a genetics x fertiliser x weed control trial. Project Report. Forest and Wood Products Australia.

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Abstract

This project supports improved management and deployment of sub-tropical pines for solid
wood products. It had three major objectives, in respect of both growth rate and standing tree wood properties: 1) to compare major and potential pine species and hybrids for south-east Queensland; 2) to investigate selection strategies for identifying improved families and clones, and make selections; and, 3) to evaluate both the separate and combined effects of fertiliser application, weed control and genetic improvement in a young hybrid pine trial.

Item Type:Monograph (Project Report)
Keywords:Final report
Subjects:Forestry > Sylviculture
Forestry > Exploitation and utilization
Deposited On:06 Nov 2011 23:02
Last Modified:04 Apr 2017 04:50

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