The effect of interspecific plant competition on the productivity of tree seedlings during the regeneration of forest stands
Peter F. Kolb, Research Associate, Department of Forest Resources
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Funded by McIntire-Stennis Research Grants Program, USDA.
Kolb, P.F. and R. Robberecht. 1996. Pinus ponderosa seedling establishment and the influence of competition with the bunchgrass, Agropyron spicatum. International Journal of Plant Sciences. July issue. In press.
Kolb, P.F. and R. Robberecht. 1996. High temperature and water stress effects on the survival of Pinus ponderosa seedlings. Tree Physiology. May issue. In press.
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