Seeding and planting in the practice of forestry
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Seeding and planting in the practice of forestry a manual for the guidance of forestry students, foresters, nurserymen, forest owners, and farmers. 2d ed., rev. and enl. by Clarence F. Korstian. by Toumey, James William

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Published by Wiley in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Forests and forestry -- United States,
  • Tree planting

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Edition Notes

ContributionsKorstian, Clarence F. 1889-1968.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSD401 T6 1931
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17036909M

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Get this from a library! Seeding and planting in the practice of forestry. [James W Toumey; Clarence F Korstian]. Seeding and planting in the practice of forestry; a manual for the guidance of forestry students, foresters, nurserymen, forest owners, and farmers, Author: James W Toumey ; Clarence F Korstian. Seeding and planting in the practice of forestry; a manual for the guidance of forestry students; foresters, nurserymen, forest owners, and farmers, Author: James W Toumey ; Clarence F Korstian. Seeding and planting; a manual for the guidance of forestry students, foresters, nurserymen, forest owners, and farmers.

Bureau of Forestry Planting and Seeding Guidelines 1. Key Principles Supplemental planting on State Forest lands is a common practice for activities such as re-vegetating a log landing after harvest, erosion and sedimentation control, forage and cover habitat in wildlife openings, and reclamation and restoration in gas development areas. Texas Forestry Technical Note, TX-FS Seedling Planting Guidelines CAUTION – READ 1. Safety – the planting operation should be performed safely as the environment will have several hazards that can make walking difficult such as briars, down woody material, etc. 2. Ideally, plants should have been grown from seed originating from wild trees in the same, or an adjacent, area. Chosen species should naturally occur in the area; these will be suited to the soil and local climate, and beneficial to local wildlife. cultipacking before and after broadcasting the seed. Drill – A grass drill is the best method of seeding on level and sloping aeas, bt the preferu red methor d will depend on slope and conditions of the planting site. If the drill does not have a acker wheel p system, a cultipacker o roller shoulr d be trailed behind.

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