Tall planting stock for enhanced growth and domination of brush in the Douglas-fir region

@article{Newton2004TallPS,
  title={Tall planting stock for enhanced growth and domination of brush in the Douglas-fir region},
  author={Michael Newton and Elizabeth C. Cole and Diane E. White},
  journal={New Forests},
  year={2004},
  volume={7},
  pages={107-121}
}
Two long-term experiments followed development of planted stock of various sizes, origins, and species. In one experiment, multiyear comparisons of container, 2-0 bareroot, and 3-year-old Douglas-fir transplants showed strong positive relationship between initial height and long-term (10–14 years) growth under a range of site conditions with high probability of brush development. In the other experiment, Douglas-fir, western hemlock, and Sitka spruce were planted in salmonberry disturbed by… CONTINUE READING
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