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Home Publications Forest Regeneration Manual Chapter 17 - Proper Planting Improves Performance

Chapter 17 - Proper Planting Improves Performance

Current procedures and guidelines, and justification for their use, are reviewed for the three major components of the planting process: environmental factors, equipment and system selection, and planting technique. Southern pines can be planted across a wide variety of weather conditions as long as seedling exposure to sun and wind, a primary factor in early mortality in plantations, is minimized.

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Author(s): Alan J. Long

Publication: Forest Regeneration Manual

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