Avoiding failure in forest restoration: the importance of genetically diverse and site-matched germplasm

The likelihood of success of forest restoration can be improved by choosing genetically diverse forest reproductive material that is well adapted to the planting sites.

Authors:
Thomas, E.; Jalonen, R.; Loo, J.; Bozzano, M.
Journal/Series:
Unasylva 245, Vol. 66(2015/3)
Pages:
p.29-36
Publisher:
FAO
Publication Year:
2015
Publication Format:
PDF
ISSN:
0041-6436
Language:
EN
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