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Proceedings of Past Forest Nursery Association Meetings:

Field Performance of Five Interior Spruce Stock Types with and without Ferilization at Time of Planting
Sutherland, Craig; Newsome, Teresa
1988: Vernon, CAN
The purpose of this experiment was to compare the initial field performance of interior spruce seedlings by container size, root pruning, and fertilization at time of planting. Increasing the container size significantly improved seedling performance after five growing seasons. Mechanical or chemical root pruning and fertilization at time of planting made no significant improvements to seedling performance.
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