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Effect of initial espacement on crown and stem development in Honduras Caribbean pine

Gordon, William Gerard


This study examines effects of initial espacement on crown and stem development in Pinus caribaea Mor. var. hondurensis Barr, and Golf, in North Queensland. Measurements of many tree and branch characteristics were taken in plantation stands aged 11-12 years which were established at five square espacements (2.132, 2.442, 2.742, 3.052 and 3*662 m) in a 5 * 4 randomised block design. The design was replicated at Bowenia (Lat. 23° 52T S, Long. 150° 37’ S) and Kennedy CLat. 18° 12’ S, Long. 145°...[Show more]

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Date published: 1980-11
Type: Thesis (Honours)
DOI: 10.25911/R9B4-CP69


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