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Seed stand of oak with daffodils

An oak seed stand in March, covered with wild daffodils. Forest of Dean.

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Oak logs

High quality oak logs in the forest of dean. the production of such timber is one of the primary objectives of FTT.

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FTT ash seed orchard

A 16-year old ash seed orchard in Oxfordshire, before removal of undesirable trees.

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Ftt walnut trial

A combined progeny/provenance trial of walnut in oxfordshire. seed for this study originated from 18 countries, including kyrgyzstan.

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Ftt birch clonal orchard

A grafted clonal orchard of silver birch at forest research, northern research station, roslin near edinburgh, scotland.

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Sawn cherry ready for testing

Sawn cherry timber grown from selected progeny by east malling research in kent.

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Oak woodland

Spring-time in an oak woodland, Oxfordshire.

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Maturing fruits on sweet chestnut

Developing fruits of sweet chestnut - one of the species ftt is working on.

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Male flowers of oak

Oak is one of the most important but challenging species in the ftt research programme.

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