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Plantation Performance Related to Canadian Fire Weather Index System: 10-Year Consequence of a Time-of-Planting Study in the Coast-Interior Transition Zone

Author(s) or contact(s): F.T. Pendl, B.N. D'Anjou, R.K. Scagel, and R.C. Evans
Source: Research Branch
Subject: Seedling Performance
Series: FRDA Report
Other details:  Published 1990. Hardcopy is available.


Douglas fir 2+0 bareroot stock was planted at five locations in the Coast-Interior Transition Zone in the Vancouver Forest Region. Six plantings were conducted per year over a 2-month period from late spring to mid-summer each year for 3 years (1977-1979). Plantation performance was related to the Canadian Fire Weather Index System (FWI).

FRDA Research Report 161 (1111 KB)

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