Early Flower Production Among the Pines
Abstract:It usually has been assumed that most species of pine produced fertile cones only after the tree had attained considerable age. The data presented in the following article show that at Placerville, Calif., at least, many pines produce cones at an average age of 6.2 years. These data indicate that the breeding of special pine strains and hybrids may not be a task requiring an exceptionally long period of time.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Institute of Forest Genetics California Forest and Range Experiment Station
Publication date: December 1, 1939
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