Planting Pine Tubelings in Minnesota
Abstract:Preliminary results after two growing seasons show overall mean survival of 77 percent for jack pine and 70 percent for red pine on four sites for plantings from June 1 through August 1. September planting was less satisfactory, 34.4 and 20.8 percent survival for jack pine and red pine, respectively. These results indicate a possible extension of the planting season at least through July. Selection of planting sites, site preparation, and extra care in handling and planting are especially critical when using tubelings.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Forester, The Northwest Paper Co.
Publication date: 1970-06-01
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