Improving Planting Stock Quality: The Humboldt Experience
DIANE Publishing, 1995 - 219 pages
Evaluates seedling top and root growth capacities just after lifting and after cold storage. Defines safe lifting and cold storage schedules and seedling cultural regimes as critical elements of reforestation. Proves that rapid establishment is attainable on diverse sites. 28 graphs, tables and photos.
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