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Notes: Clonal and Annual Variation in Cone Production in Loblolly Pine Seed Orchards

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Monitoring two loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) orchards for several years indicated that cone production was under moderate genetic control (broad-sense heritability estimates of 0.35 and 0.40). Early in the life of these orchards a few clones contributed most of the cone crop. This percentage was reduced as the orchards matured until approximately 60% of the clones were required to produce 90% of the cone crop. Even then, clones frequently changed rank from year to year. There was no relationship between a clone's cone production in a seed orchard and its performance in progeny tests. Forest Sci. 32:1067-1073.
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Keywords: Heritability; Pinus taeda L; clone x year interaction; cone production

Document Type: Miscellaneous

Affiliations: Assistant Management Forester, Georgia-Pacific Corp., Crossett, AR

Publication date: 1986-12-01

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