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Proceedings of Past Forest Nursery Association Meetings:

Rooting of Juniper in Outdoor Nursery Beds
A. M. Wagner, J. T. Harrington, J. G. Mexal, and J. T. Fisher
1991: Park City, UT
Junipers are an important nursery
species in the intermountain region, but slow and
variable germination makes juniper production difficult.
Rooting juniper stem cuttings in outdoor nursery beds
may be a feasible alternative to production from seed.
Concepts of vegetative propagation important to rooting
success, such as stock plant condition and timing, are
discussed. Two outdoor production systems for rooting
juniper are outlined, along with potential problems that
could limit success.
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