The following paper describes a method of classification for evaluating the vigor of planted seedlings. This method gives a more valid basis for determining the success of planting than do survival percentage records. The author suggests that it might also be used advantageously in making fire damage appraisals, planting surveys, and in other forest work.
Document Type: Journal Article
Southern Forest Experiment Station
Publication date: July 1, 1938
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