Professional Paper Variation in clonal and controlled pollinated radiata pine seed-lots established in Hawke’s Bay forests
Acacia Farmery 1, Luis A. Apiolaza 2 and Richard Woollons *,3
1 B. For. Sci. Honours student (2015), University of Canterbury, New Zealand. Now a graduate forester at Rayonier NZ Ltd 2 Associate Professor, School of Forestry, University of Canterbury 3 Former Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Canterbury. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org *Corresponding author.
Abstract: Six clones and three control pollinated (CP) seedlots were compared for diameter and stiffness variability, the data coming from operational plantings in four Hawke’s Bay forests. Analyses show that diameter variability for clones is significantly less (between 9% and 16%) than for CP seed-lots. In contrast, there was no significant difference for variability between clones and CP families for modulus of elasticity. (no keywords)
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