"This USDA website will not be updated during a lapse in federal funding. Content on this website will not be current or maintained until funding issues have been resolved. However, if there is information that affects security, life, and property, this website will continue to update that information during a funding lapse."

Home Publications 1982 Southern Nursery Conferences Effects of Propagation Container Size and Transplanting Date on the Growth of Tree Seedlings

Effects of Propagation Container Size and Transplanting Date on the Growth of Tree Seedlings

Superior growth was made by deciduous and coniferous trees started in the largest volume container (41 cu. in.). This effect remained evident through the second growing season for all species. Earlier transplant dates were in some cases better, but planting date was much less important than container size.


Download this file:

PDF document Download this file — PDF document, 1698Kb

Details

Author(s): Bonnie Lee Appleton, Carl E. Whitcomb

Publication: 1982 Southern Nursery Conferences

Event: Southern Nursery Conferences - Western Session
1982 - Oklahoma City, OK

Section: Nursery Operations and Economics

Personal tools