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1. Introduction
Concepts of Seedling Care The Reforestation System
Clark W. Lantz
1. Why Start a Tropical Nursery for Native and Traditional Plants?
Tropical ecosystems and agroecosystems are vital, life-giving landscapes and are home to diverse plants, animals, and people in a range of climatic, geologic, ...
Kim M. Wilkinson and Brian F. Daley
10-Year Index for Volumes 23-37 (1977-1986)
10. Anexos
10. Packing, Storage and Shipping
Systems of packaging and storage should be considered before nursery construction. Factors to be considered in selecting a new system of handling seedlings or ...
Dr. Jack T. May
10. Pestalotiopsis Foliage Blight
Scott A. Enebak
10. Vegetative Propagation
Many desirable and ecologically important tropical plant species can be difficult or very time consuming to propagate by seeds. Thus, nursery growers may want ...
Diane L. Haase and Tara Luna
10: Infrared thermography for assessing seedling condition- Rationale and preliminary observations
Forest managers need quick. nondestructive tests to estimate degree of dormancy and other aspects of the physiological condition of tree seedlings. We are ...
Charles Phillip Weatherspoon and Robert James Laacke
11. Bibliografía
11. Phoma Blight
Robert L. James
11. Soil Moisture
Water form 60 to 90 percent of the fresh weight of actively growing tissue, particularly roots and stems. Water is essential in photosynthesis and hydrolytic ...
Dr. Jack T. May
11. Water Quality and Irrigation
Water is the single most important biological factor affecting plant growth and health. Water is essential for nearly every plant process: photosynthesis, ...
Thomas D. Landis and Kim M. Wilkinson
11: The Rolde of Biochemical Measurements in Evaluating Vigor
Vigor is defined as the ability of a plant to survive and grow when planted in a standard environment. Plant growth regulators (hormones) are unlikely to prove ...
Joe B. Zaerr
12. Nutrients and Ferilization
A nursery soil is a highly artificial medium in which the soil reaction, exchange capacity and the content of nutrients are adjusted to meet the requirements ...
Dr. Jack T. May
12. Phomopsis Blight
Edward L. Barnard
12. Plant Nutrition and Fertilization
Plants require adequate quantities of mineral nutrients in the proper balance for basic physiological processes, such as photosynthesis, and to promote rapid ...
Douglass F. Jacobs and Thomas D. Landis
12X12 Initial Spacings Best in Cottonwood Plantations
Most of the 30,000 acres of eastern cottonwood Populus deltoides Bartr.) plantations in the lower Mississippi River Valley had initial tree spacings of 9 by ...
Roger M. Krinard
13. Beneficial Microorganisms
The web of life depends on microorganisms, a vast network of small, unseen allies that permeate the soil, water, and air of our planet. Many kinds of ...
Kim M. Wilkinson and David P. Janos
13. Inergrated Nursery Pest Management
Intergrated Nurser Pest Management (INPM) is the reduction of pest problems in the nursery by employing decisions, plans, and a combination of management ...
Charles E. Cordell and T. H. Fler, Jr.
13. Phomopsis Canker
Katy M. Mallams
14. Pitch Canker of Pines
Scott A. Enebak, Tom Starkey and Tom Gordon
14. Problem Prevention and Holistic Pest Management
As any experienced grower knows only too well, nursery management is a continuous process of solving problems. One recurring problem is pests. In the ...
Thomas D. Landis, Tara Luna, R. Kasten Dumroese and Kim M. Wilkinson
15-Year Gains From Parental and Early Family Selection in Longleaf Pine
Wind-pollinated families from 100 parents differed greatly in height at age 8. Selection of the tallest 10 percent produced a 43-percent gain in plot volume ...
E. Bayne Snyder
15. Hardening
To promote survival and growth following outplanting, nursery stock must first undergo proper hardening. Hardening increases plant durability and resistance ...
Douglass F. Jacobs, Thomas D. Landis and Kim M. Wilkinson
15. Rhizoctonia Blight of Southern Pines
Tom Starkey and Scott A. Enebak
15. Weed Control
Minimizing weed competition can reduce or possibly eliminate time and cost involved in seedling culling. Uniform seedling size aids in ease of field planting ...
David South
© 15N-uptake in Abies lasiocarpa and Abies nordmanniana at low root temperatures
A 16 Year-Old Provenance Test of Loblolly Pine in Southern Arkansas
Loblolly pine trees from seed sources throughout the range of the species were planted at two locations in southern Arkansas. Between ages 10 and 16 years, ...
Hoy C. Grigsby
16. Harvesting and Shipping
Plants are ready for harvest and delivery to clients after they have reached target specifications (see Chapter 3, Defining the Target Plant) and have been ...
Diane L. Haase, Tara Luna and Thomas D. Landis
16. Inventory Systems
Each year nursery managers estimate the number of seedlings they can ship from their nurseries. Seedlings produced for sale must be inventoried months in ...
Dr. Jack T. May
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