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SUMMARY Observations among clones of Monterey pine are cited, together with some relevant figures, to show that heredity influences the incidence of dieback, fused needle, dead-topping, and forking in this species.
SUMMARY 1. The need to determine the geographic strain best suited for introduction to an area is stressed. Selection of a homoclime is not sufficient. Policy is to establish comprehensive provenance trials, including the strain thriving in the atea concerned. 2. The best geographic strain...
SUMMARY The paper deals with the effect of treatment on cut-over forests which carry a reasonable stocking of advance growth, and is not directly concerned with problems of regeneration. The general basis of silvicultural treatment is outlined, and the importance of using standing tree values as...
SUMMARY This paper deals with the determination of peak discharge rates from small rural catchments. The effect of the physical nature of the catchment and rainfall characteristics on run-off are briefly considered. There is a short discussion on formulae in common use for calculating peak rates...
SUMMARY The gross cone production of Monterey pine in the south-east of South Australia in 1959 has agreed with an estimate made in spring 1968, hut the net production has been considerably less. The losses are attributable to summer drought.
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