Establishment and maintenance of landscape plants

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Lacebark Inc., Jun 1, 1991 - Gardening - 638 pages
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Contents

Transplanting and Establishment
1
Methods of Plant Production
8
Holding Nursery Stock After Harvest
68
Pros and Cons
87
The Planting Hole
98
Soil Amendments
111
Gypsum and Changes in Soil Structure
135
Spring Vs Fall Planting
160
Competition Between Woody Plants and Ground Co
298
Weed Control
310
APPENDIX
326
Plants in Landscape Containers
349
Plant Nutrition Soils and Fertilizers
382
Fertilizing Landscape Trees
451
Plant Stress and Landscape Problems
464
Solving the Iron Chlorosis Problem
474

The Restricted Planting Hole
171
Root Stimulators
182
Top Pruning at Planting
189
Mulches
200
Establishing Azaleas and Other Sensitive Species
217
Transplanting with Tree Spades
233
Transplanting Large Trees
250
Staking Landscape Trees
271
Competition Between Woody Plants and Grasses
284
Protecting Existing Trees
495
Cut Fill and Other Grade Changes
517
Light Shade and Root Growth
534
The Effects of Drought Stress
552
Pruning
559
When Trees Compete with Turfgrass
587
GLOSSARY
609
INDEX
622
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