Oaks of Puebla

Rodríguez-Acosta, Maricela; Coombes, Allen
April 2010
International Oaks;Spring2010, Issue 21, p7
Academic Journal
The article discusses the origins of oak collection, oak conservation, oak diversity, and actions to protect the oak forest in Puebla, Mexico. It mentions the propagation of 200,000 oaks for planting in different regions in 1995 in Puebla and the development of an oak national collection intended to hold several oaks species. It claims that the Sierra Norte is the richest area for oak diversity in Puebla. It states that oaks should be grown closely to their final planting places.


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