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Home Publications National Nursery Proceedings 1974 Differences In Post-Planting Soil-Moisture Relations Of Container-Grown Tube And Plug Stock Affect The Field Survival And Growth Of Black Spruce

Differences In Post-Planting Soil-Moisture Relations Of Container-Grown Tube And Plug Stock Affect The Field Survival And Growth Of Black Spruce

The water relations, survival and growth of four types of black spruce container stock were monitored after planting in sandy loam soil. Weekly sampling of the moisture content of the root-ball and adjacent field soil indicated that the water relations of the various containers affected survival and growth.


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Author(s): Robert J. Day, J. R. Cary

Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 1974

Event: Proceedings of the North American Containerized Forest Tree Seedling Symposium
1974 - Denver, CO

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