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Fundamental Advances in Bareroot and Container Nursery Processes and Philosophies

This is the year 2000. The past 100 years have brought extraordinary changes in the way forests have been viewed by society. The objective of this paper is to take a brief look at some of the major changes in ideas and technology that have taken place over the past century and to make some observations about where nursery and forest regeneration practices might go. Our past was guided by many changing processes brought on by different philosophies of how to integrate fundamental biology with field application in order to solve forestry problems. Many of our steps along this path to our present position have come after the development of concepts, which took us forward to the next level.


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Author(s): Robin Rose

Publication: Advances and Challenges in Forest Regeneration

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