2022 article

Pollination Bag Type Affects Ovule Development and Seed Yields in Pinus taeda L.

Heine, A. J., Walker, T. D., Jett, J. B., Isik, F., & McKeand, S. E. (2022, December 14). FOREST SCIENCE.

By: A. Heine n, T. Walker n, J. Jett n, F. Isik n & S. McKeand n

author keywords: Pinus taeda; cone analysis; controlled pollination; seed yield; seed orchard
TL;DR: Compared with open-pollinated families, full-sibling crosses among elite parents of loblolly pine produce more market value to landowners due to greater productivity, increased disease resistance, and enhanced stem form. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: January 3, 2023