Relation of Size of Deciduous Nursery Stock to Field Survival in the Great Plains
Abstract:As a direct result of the great emphasis that has been placed during the last five or six years on the use of deciduous trees and shrubs in reforestation, erosion control, and shelterbelt planting, nursery production of such stock in the United States has increased many-fold. Although at first relatively little was known regarding the large-scale nursery propagation of deciduous species, various practices and techniques have evolved until at the present time this kind of stock can be grown almost as successfully as coniferous trees.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Lake States Forest Experiment Station
Publication date: 1937-08-01
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