2 edition of Transplant shock in stored and unstored 2+0 Douglas-fir seedlings found in the catalog.
Transplant shock in stored and unstored 2+0 Douglas-fir seedlings
Diane L. Haase
Written in English
|Statement||by Diane L. Haase.|
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|Pagination||119 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||119|
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Transplant shock was induced by applying a range of soil water contents to unstored and cold-stored two-yearold (2+0) bareroot Douglas-fir seedlings graded by root volume. Moisture stress had the greatest influence on morphological characteristics commonly associated with transplant : Diane L.
Haase. In agriculture and gardening transplanting or replanting is the technique of moving a plant from one location to another. Most often this takes the form of starting a plant from seed in optimal conditions, such as in a greenhouse or protected nursery bed, then replanting it in another, usually outdoor, growing is common in market gardening and truck farming, where setting out or.
Transplant shock was induced by applying a range of soil water contents to unstored and cold-stored 2-yr-old (2 + 0) bareroot Douglas-fir seedlings graded by root volume. Book. Full-text available and initial root volume on the nutrient status of 2+0 Douglas-fir seedlings. Stress Induces Transplant Shock in Stored and Unstored 2 + 0 Douglas-Fir Seedlings of.
sprayed and unsprayed Douglas-fir seedlings. Repellency was evaluated both in the laboratory, - by determining amounts of repellent on the seedlings, and in a pen against snowshoe hare (Lepus americanus washingtonii).
Survival, date of bud burst, needle appearance, and height growth were studied in the nursery after seedlings were outplanted. Haase, L.D.; Rose, R.
Soil moisture stress induces transplant shock in stored and unstored 2 + 0 Douglas-fir seedlings of varying root volumes.
For. Sci.39, – Last spring (), I planted DF's in an area with a relatively high water table as an experiment, and as a nursery site (it's black peat soil) with the intention of transplanting a third of them later on.
This summer, while my trees were recovering from root rot and transplant shock last. The amount of available water for nursery irrigation is forecasted to decline on this decade and over or deficit watering of seedlings may have adverse consequences.
To produce quality seedlings for accelerate the restoration of ecosystems and prevent further environmental damage, nursery water management should be reformed, especially for endangered species, such as Aspidosperma. Soil moisture stress induces transplant shock in stored and unstored 2+0 Douglas-fir seedlings of varying root volume.
Forest Science Report: A. Institute A. Institute. Standard Practices (Fertilization) (A, Part 2). Tree, Shrub, and Other Woody Plant Maintenance Tree Care Industry Association, Manchester, NH. Haase DL, Rose R () Soil moisture stress induces transplant shock in stored and seedlings of varying root volumes transplant shock in stored and unstored 2 + 0 Douglas-fir seedlings of varying root volumes.
For Sci 39(2)– Google Scholar. Haase, D.L.; Rose, R. Soil moisture stress induces transplant shock in stored and unstored 2 + 0 douglas-fir seedlings of varying root volumes.
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Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s.Type D in Table is not common in many parts of the world, but it is commonly found in the Pacific Northwest of North America, because the life span of forests of pioneer species, Pseudotsuga menzisii (Douglas-fir) is long and a major disturbance (fire) usually occurs before they lose dominance (Franklin and Hemstrom, ).CHAPTER 1 - University of Georgia.