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Growth of black walnut seedlings during the first season after transplantingAuthor(s): Calvin F. Bey
Source: In: Polk,R. Brooks, ed. Proceedings of the Eighth Central States Forest Tree Improvement Conference. Columbia, MO: University of Missouri: 65-68
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionBlack walnut trees planted as 1-0 seedlings generally show little, if any, net height growth during the first year. Possible reasons for slow first-year growth include transplanting shock, lack of root regeneration, unfavorable environments, and unsuitable genotypes. To help understand reasons for the slow growth, we studied the first-year growth of black walnut seedlings grown in four environments.
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CitationBey, Calvin F. 1974. Growth of black walnut seedlings during the first season after transplanting. In: Polk,R. Brooks, ed. Proceedings of the Eighth Central States Forest Tree Improvement Conference. Columbia, MO: University of Missouri: 65-68
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