Establishing trees in an Appalachian silvopasture: response to shelters, grass control, mulch, and fertilization

@article{Bendfeldt2001EstablishingTI,
  title={Establishing trees in an Appalachian silvopasture: response to shelters, grass control, mulch, and fertilization},
  author={Eric S. Bendfeldt and Charles M. Feldhake and James Burger},
  journal={Agroforestry Systems},
  year={2001},
  volume={53},
  pages={291-295}
}
In order to successfully introduce trees into existing pastures, it is important to determine and recommend a whole range of tree establishment practices. In the spring of 1995, approximately 350 bare-root seedlings each of black walnut (Juglans nigra L.) and honeylocust (Gleditsia triacanthos L.) were planted in six randomized paddocks within a silvopastoral study area at the Agroforestry Research and Demonstration Site in Blacksburg, Virginia. Three seedling establishment studies were tested… CONTINUE READING
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