Special Issue "Selected Papers from the IUFRO 2.02.09—Christmas Tree Working Group Meeting"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2018)
This Special Issue will consist of papers presented at the IUFRO Christmas tree working group (IUFRO 2.02.09) meeting in Akureyri, Iceland 3–8 September, 2017. The scope of articles will include all aspects of Christmas tree and greenery production, including nutrition, genetics, propagation, diseases, arthropod pests, weeds, production techniques, post-harvest quality, tree physiology, and marketing.
Dr. Bert Cregg
Dr. Gary A. Chastagner
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genetics and tree improvement