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The influence of weed control, clone, and stem dimensions on wood quality of 17 year old stems of Pinus radiata which has been grown on the Canterbury Plains
(University of Canterbury. School of Forestry, 2013)
This study determined whether variation in clone, weed control treatment, or stem dimensions, could have an impact upon outerwood stiffness in 17 year old Pinus radiata stems. An experiment located south west of the Dunsandel ...
The performance of blocks of clones in a radiata pine production forest.
(University of Canterbury, 2015)
Problem: Genetically identical clones of Pinus radiata are being planted in New Zealand plantation forests. There have been many clonal trials carried out; however there is a weakness in published literature surrounding ...
Comparing performance of seedlot types in the Kaingaroa Forest using ground pilots and aerial LIDAR : comparing the performance of open-pollinated, control pollinated and clonal seedlots in a plantation trial in the Kaingaroa forest utilising airborne LIDAR.
(University of Canterbury, 2016)
Problem: As more improved planting stock such as clones and genetically improved seedlings are introduced to the market it is important to properly understand the benefits of each production type. Various breeding ...