New Oak Cultivars from Belgium and France

Jablonski, Eike J.
April 2010
International Oaks;Spring2010, Issue 21, p37
Academic Journal
The article focuses on new oak cultivars from Belgium and France. It describes a cultivar as a taxonomic unit composed of plants with the same set of characters. It mentions the appointment of the International Oak Society as the International Cultivar Registration Authority (ICRA) for the genus Quercus. It claims that the ICRA promotes stability in the naming of cultivated plants and maintains the records of origin, characteristics, and history of the new cultivar.


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