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Proceedings of Past Forest Nursery Association Meetings:

Nursery Practices, Seedling Sizes, and Field Performance
Stein, William I.
1988: Vernon, CAN
Highlights are presented from a large cooperative study to determine the combined effects of nursery cultural practices on the initial size and subsequent field performance of 2+0 Douglas fir seedlings. The study involved seven sources of stock produced in three different nurseries and field plantings made over 3 years on 28 sites in southwestern Oregon. Seedbed density had more effect on the size of seedlings produced and on subsequent 4 year field survival and growth than did variations in irrigation frequency or undercutting and wrenching.
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