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|Other titles||Twenty year results of the Lake States jack pine seed source study.|
|Statement||Richard M. Jeffers, Raymond A. Jensen.|
|Series||Research paper NC -- 181.|
|Contributions||Jensen, Raymond A., North Central Forest Experiment Station (Saint Paul, Minn.), United States. Forest Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||20 p. :|
|Number of Pages||20|
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Variation among Lake States jack pine seed sources in survival, total height, diameter, volume per tree, and volume per acre grown for 20 years at 14 locations in the Lake States are presented and discussed. Seed collection and seed production area recommendations are by: 3.
TWENTY-YEAR RESULTS OF THE LAKE STATES JACK PINE SEED SOURCE STUDY Richard M. Jeffers, Plant Geneticist, Rhinelander, Wisconsin (currently with the Rocky Mountain Region, Lakewood, Colorado) and Raymond A. Jensen, Associate Scientist, University of Minnesota, Cloquet Forestry Center, Cloquet, Minnesota J.
Twenty-year results of the Lake States jack pine seed source study. [Saint Paul, Minn.]: North Central Forest Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, (OCoLC) A STlJDY OF JACK PINE SEED SOURCE IN THE LAKE STATES Raymond A. Jensen, T.
Schantz-Hansen and PaulO. Rudolfl/ Jck pine (Pin!l§. banksiana Lamb.) 9. widely pl nted species in the Lake Stdtes (Minnesota, Wiaconsin and Michigan), has. con5ider~ble. di fferences in its growth habits f r om area to area. Twenty-year results of the Lake States jack pine seed source study / Richard M.
Jeffers, Raymond A. : Richard M. Jeffers. Jeffers, Richard M., and Raymond A. Jensen. Twenty-year results of the Lake States jack pine seed source study.
USDA Forest Service, Research Paper NC North Central Forest Experiment Station, St. Paul, MN. 20 p. Jeffers, R. M., and H. Nienstaedt. RESULTS OF THE SOUTHWIDE PINE SEED SOURCE STUDY THROUGH 0.
Wells 1/ / The Southwide Pine Seed Source Study 2/ was undertaken in to determine the degree to which inherent geographic variation in longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.), slash pine (P.
elliottii Engelm. var. elliottii), loblolly pine(P. taeda L.), and shortleaf pine (P. echinata Mill.) is. Jeffers R. & Jensen R. Twenty-year results of the lake states jack pine seed source study. (USDA Forest Service, Research Paper NC, St. Paul, MN, ).Cited by: Twenty-year results of the Lake States jack pine seed source study.
USDA For. Serv. Res. Pap. NC Google Scholar King, J.P. Ten-year height growth variation in Lake States jack by: harvested in these States. Jack pine currently ranks nation of seed from individual trees in five jack pine number one among the conifers in pulpwood produc- stands in north central Wisconsin.
tion and ase in the Lake States. In the Lake States jack pine is commonly repro-duced through clearcutting and discing of lopped and METHODS. Twenty-year results of the Lake States jack pine seed source study / (St. Paul, Minn.: Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station, ), by Richard M.
Jeffers, Raymond A. Jensen, Minn.) North Central Forest Experiment Station (Saint Paul, and United States Forest Service (page images at HathiTrust). Location of Series jack pine seed sources and provenance test locations within Ontario and the Great Lakes States.
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U.S. Forest Serv., Lake States Forest Esp. Sta. Tech. Note 2pp. Jeffers and Jensen () tested 26 sources of jack pine (Pinus banksiana) on 14 test sites. Height and dbh were measured 20 years after planting. This test revealed trees from the local source (within 50 miles) at each test site exceeded the average plantation tree height by 2 to 19% at all test locations.
Hills, South Dakota seed source. Spacing was m by m. The original study was extended in by the ac quisition of 16 additional seed sources from western Europe and eastern Asia. InJonathan Wright, Michigan State University, sent seedlings of these 16 seed sources to the Institute of Forest Genetics at Rhinelander, by: 2.
Jeffers R. & Jensen R. Twenty-year results of the lake states jack pine seed source study. (USDA Forest Service, Research Paper NC, St.
Paul, MN, ). [Google Scholar] Yang J., Pedlar J. H., McKenney D. & Weersink by: a historical presence of jack pine stands in peatlands. In this study, the historical pattern of jack pine colo-nization was analyzed in the peatlands of the Bas-Saint-Laurent region.
Our objectives were to reconstruct the history of jack pine stands in peatlands and to determine which factors could have favoured their establishment and by: An illustrated flora of the northern United States, Canada and the British Possessions. 3 vols. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York.
Vol. 1: Provided by Kentucky Native Plant Society. Scanned by Omnitek Inc. To monitor the establishment, growth and survival of jack pine and black spruce seed broadcast directly to the surface of undisturbed LFH of varying heavy metal levels.
The results of this study, to date, are presented herein. METHODS Site Selection Three sites were located in Julyalong the "Dam B" road on Inco property. Man, 80, set for release in triple-killing. Febru Home quarantine for travelers buys time as new virus spreads. Febru Mississippi braces for near-record flooding.
Febru Florida AG grants reparations for wrongfully convicted man. Febru Orangutan granted 'personhood' tu makes new friend. During 20 yr of seed collection, natural loblolly and shortleaf pine stands on the Crossett Experimental Forest produced an average ofsound seeds/at (Figure 1).
In the s 60% of the seed crops were below that average, while more thansound seeds/at were produced in 6 out of 10 yr in the by: Other articles where Jack pine is discussed: conservation: Fire control: shrubs below living branches of jack pines (Pinus banksiana) that are between 5 and 20 years old.
The region’s natural wildfires originally maintained a sufficient area of young jack pines. As elsewhere, modern practices suppressed fires, and the habitat declined.
The birds are also susceptible to. InRandolph Milton Brown designed a thinning experiment with two treatment levels and a control within a year old stand of jack pine.
The experiment was designed to continue research that had begun with a thinning of a year-old jack pine stand, an installation that lacked a control. ABSENCE OF GROWTH-WOOD PROPERTY CORRELATION IN TWENTY-SEVEN BLACK PINE SEED SOURCES1 Chen H. the Lake States area. Use of faster growing material in the planting program does not cause the U.S.
southern pine species. The range in seed source means varied from toa difference of 55%. The between-tree range was from Author: Chen H.
Lee. Among all seed sources tested in this study, lot had the highest level of resistance in experiments 3 and 5. Seed l 67, 68, and 4E in experiments 3, 4, and 5 were susceptible.
The remaining seed lots were moderately resistant. Seed lot 4E consists of a large number of seed sources and is typical of the bulk seed. Lammas growth and prolepsis in jack pine in the Lake States.
Univ. Minn., Diss. Abs(7) – Google Scholar. Shoot growth of jack pine, Lake Nipigon region. Bi-month. Prog. Rept. Results of the southwide pine seed source study through – Proc.
VI Southern Conf. Forest Tree Improv., Gainsville, by: RM-RP Estimating ponderosa pine fuel moisture using National Fire-Danger Rating moisture values. RM-RP Volume tables and point-sampling factors for aspen in Colorado. RM-RP An Engelmann spruce seed source study in the central Rockies.
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3, No. 5, and No. 6 in this 25th year of the 14 plantations in the Lake States regional jack pine seed source study. Form class of the lower m of the stems, percent of the main stems infected with.
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