Daniel Józef Chmura
Analysis of results from a 59 - years - old provenance experiment with Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) in Lubień, PolandDendrobiology 2000, vol. 45: 23-29 Full text (pdf)
Abstract:In 1992 and 1997 there measurements were made on an experimental area which is a part of an international provenance experiment with Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.), established by IUFRO in 1938. This paper presents results obtained in these measurements. It is shown that best provenances are from Baltic countries and Central Europe. The most productive provenances had the most crooked stems. Scandinavian provenances had straight trees but low survival and productivity.
Additional key words: IUFRO 1938, productivity, survival, straightness