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Home Publications Forest Nursery Notes 2008 Winter Forest Nursery Notes 2008 Forest Nursery Notes Publication by Article Hot Planting Opens New Outplanting Windows at High Elevations and Latitudes

Hot Planting Opens New Outplanting Windows at High Elevations and Latitudes

In North America, forest and native plant nurseries grow most of their stock for the traditional outplanting windows during the winter and spring. Outplanting success has been best at these times because frequent precipitation keeps soil moisture high, and low solar input reduces transpirational water losses low.


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Author(s): Thomas D. Landis, Douglass F. Jacobs

Publication: Forest Nursery Notes - 2008 Winter

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