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Achieving Establishment Success the First Time

Talbert, C. Tree Planters' Notes 52(2):31-37. 2008.

Planning a planting project to achieve a high probability of success the first time, though it may cost a little more up front, will pay off in dollars, effort, and time to the final product—all of which mean higher investment returns. A set of principles are reviewed that are central to a successful planting project, focusing in particular on choosing the right planting stock, handling them properly from the nursery to the planting hole, and tending the trees after planting.

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Author(s): Cheryl Talbert

Publication: Tree Planters' Notes - Volumes 52, Number 2 (2008)

Volume: 52

Number: 2

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