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Establishing, Culturing, and Harvesting, Stooling Beds

This is the second article of a two-part series. "New Stock Types and Species from Stooling Beds" was published in the Winter, 2007 issue of FNN, and discussed the advantages of stooling beds, the types of plant materials they can produce, and which plant species can be successfully stooled. In this article, we finish up with how to establish stooling beds, culture them, and harvest the cuttings.

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Author(s): Thomas D. Landis, Tara Luna

Publication: Forest Nursery Notes - 2007 Summer

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