Seed Handling Practices for Southern Pines Grown in Containers
Costs of producing container-grown seedlings increase when containers are not fully stocked. Best use of containers requires high seed viability and low losses of newly germinated seedlings. Seed handling practices before and after sowing affect germination and seedling survival. This is a summary of seed preparation, sowing rates, disease control, and seed germination for container-grown southern pines.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Principal silviculturist, Southern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service, Alexandria Forestry Center, Pineville, Louisiana
Publication date: 1979-02-01
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