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Notes on Nursery Practice in Scotland

The influence of a damp, cool climate is very apparent in most nurseries in western Scotland. Artificial watering is rarely essential, and a cover over seedbeds may be needed for a short time only. Weed growth is less rank and rapid than in warmer climates. All these facts contribute to easing the lot of the nurseryman, but on the other hand there is greater need for good drainage and maintenance of fertility.


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Author(s): Henry I. Baldwin

Publication: Tree Planters' Notes - Issue 38 (1959)

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