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Adaptation et performance de merisiers testés dans et hors de leur région d'origine. Conséquences pour l'utilisation de variétés

Abstract : Growth and shape measurements made from the age of 6 to 21 years in a french network of comparative trials on wild cherry tree clones showed that planting material originating from one area and used in the same area does necessarily yield better results than planting material brought in from a different region. Superior genetics and financial returns are better achieved by choosing improved material rather than material of local origin. By means of cultivar controls and classified stands, we were able to ascertain that the classified stands perform to a level close to the mean trial values whereas cultivars chosen for their multisite adaptiveness outperform the mean.
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Nicolas Rasse, Frédérique Santi, Jean Dufour, Alice Gauthier. Adaptation et performance de merisiers testés dans et hors de leur région d'origine. Conséquences pour l'utilisation de variétés. Revue forestière française, AgroParisTech, 2005, 57 (3), pp.277-288. ⟨hal-02674911⟩

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