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Proceedings of Past Forest Nursery Association Meetings:

Stock Type Trends In British Columbia: A Nursery Forester
Ev Van Eerden
1996: Salem, OR
The general preferences for container stock in B.C. and bareroot in PNW Washington and Oregon largely reflect differences in species, site and soil conditions, and, therefore, planting difficulty. In the two regions, the history of and the urgency for the development of biologically cost-effective container systems (as an alternative to bareroot stock production) also had a major impact on current trends and stock type uses.

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