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The Use of Styroblock 1 & 2 Containers for P+1 Transplant Stock Production

The well known Plug+l and the recently developed Miniplug+l seedlings begin their life as typical plugs in a container nursery. Each is grown on a slightly different schedule but at the end of their container growing phase both are transplanted in a bareroot nursery. In the bareroot nursery they continue their development for another growing season or until they are outplanted to a reforestation site. Both of these stock types develop bushy tops and fibrous root masses. Such attributes are needed for high survival and good growth on typical Northwest reforestation sites.


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Author(s): Philip F. Hahn

Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 1990

Event: Combined Meeting of the Western Forest Nursery Associations
1990 - Roseburg, OR

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