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Home Publications National Nursery Proceedings 1981 Successful overwintering of container-grown seedlings

Successful overwintering of container-grown seedlings

Ponderosa pine, Scots pine, bur oak, green ash, and seven other hardwood species were successfully overwintered at Bottineau, N.D., buried under snow or moderately dry peat in unheated white plastic or snow-fence covered structures. Several other environments were intermittently successful or failed. Measurements of temperature and water stress to determine cause of success or failure were inconclusive.

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Author(s): Richard W. Tinus

Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 1981

Event: Proceedings of the 1981 Intermountain Nurserymen's Association meeting
1981 - Edmonton, Alberta