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Leaf allometry of Salix viminalis during the first growing season

From April to August—Wild Bees Pollinating Crops Through the Growing Season in Virginia, Usa

Winter bird community differences among methods of bottomland hardwood forest restoration: results after seven growing seasons

Physiological and morphological responses of olive plants to ozone exposure during a growing season

Seasonal branch and fine root growth of juvenile loblolly pine five growing seasons after fertilization

Scaling foliar respiration to the stand level throughout the growing season in a Quercus rubra forest

Timing and duration of European larch growing season along altitudinal gradients in the Swiss Alps

Decreasing photosynthesis at different spatial scales during the late growing season on a boreal cutover

Effects of mid-season frost and elevated growing season temperature on stomatal conductance and specific xylem conductivity of the arctic shrub, Salix pulchra

Physiological responses of birch (Betula pendula) to ozone: a comparison between open-soil-grown trees exposed for six growing seasons and potted seedlings exposed for one season

A Simulation of the Importance of Length of Growing Season and Canopy Functional Properties on the Seasonal Gross Primary Production of Temperate Alpine Meadows

Injury to Apical Meristem of Cranberry by Dasineura oxycoccana (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) Reduces Production of Floral-Units in the Next Growing Season

 

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In seasonal climates, the period of rapid growth. Various definitions are used. In Britain, the growing season is the period when the mean temperature exceeds 6°C, though there is no agreement whether daily, weekly, or monthly means should be used, or whether these should be of ground or air temperatures. In the USA the growing season is defined as the period between the last killing frost of spring and the first killing frost of autumn, a killing frost usually being regarded as one recorded on a thermometer exposed in a standard way in a Stevenson screen.

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