2.02.05 - Breeding and genetic resources of Pacific Northwest conifers

Coordinator:

Keith Jayawickrama, United States

Deputies:

Brian Baltunis, United States

Nicholas K. (Nick) Ukrainetz, Canada

About Unit

Working Party 2.02.05 brings together all aspects of research in IUFRO on breeding and genetic resources of conifers with natural distributions  in North America from British Columbia to northern California (mostly the  forests west of the Cascades and Sierra Nevada mountains), but also of economic importance elsewhere. The emphasis is on Douglas fir (coastal and interior), major pines (lodgepole, Ponderosa, western white, Jeffrey and radiata), western hemlock, Abies, Sitka spruce, the cedars, coastal redwood and giant sequoia.


State of Knowledge

Under construction.


Activities and events Unit 2.02.05

Upcoming event

From/ToTitleLocation
2021-11-08
2021-11-10
Introduction, Breeding, Propagation and Deployment of Pacific Northwest Conifers Around the World: 70 Years of Progress, Opportunities and Challengesonline

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