The new child of the publishing house in 1951 was SILVAE GENETICA. Forestry genetics gained increasing importance, thanks to the leader of the institute for forest genetics and the breeding of forest plants of the Federal Regional Studies for Forests and the Timber Industry, Professor Langner. It was his plan to found this professional journal, the job of which was given to J.D. Sauerländer’s Publishing House, which was making a name for itself in the area of forestry and enthusiastically accepted the project. The work was and still is supported by the Federal Ministry for Nutrition, Agriculture, and Forests, and also by worldwide research scientists. The magazine is read by citizens all over the world. Today, there are subscribers in Addis Ababa in Ethiopia and Tacuarembo, Uruguay.
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