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A common-garden study of Populus trichocarpa was initiated in 1985 when material from 128 trees was collected along two mesic (Hoh and Nisqually) and two xeric (Dungeness and Yakima) river valleys in Washington state, NW USA. In spring 1986 cuttings were used to establish two replicate plantations, ...

Dunlap, J. M.; Stettler, R. F.
Forest Ecology and Management, 1996, 87, 1/3, pp 233-256