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Tree planting in Haiti: How to plant and care for your nursery grown seedlingsAuthor(s): Kyrstan Hubbel; Yvonne Barkley; Jeremiah R. Pinto; R. Kasten Dumroese; Sabine Deristin; Raymond Joseph; Randy Brooks; Anthony S. Davis
Source: Bulletin 103. Moscow, ID: University of Idaho, Forest Wildlife and Range Experiment Station. 2 p. Includes Creole (Plante Pyebwa an Ayiti) and French (Plantation d’arbres en Haïti) translations.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionSeedlings need the right amounts of sunlight, water and nutrients to live and grow into healthy trees. Different types of trees have different requirements, so seedlings will need planting sites that meet all of their requirements. For example, pine trees need full sun, a moderate amount of water and a certain combination of nutrients to grow into healthy trees. If you plant them in the shade, or they do not get enough water or the right nutrients, they will not do as well and maybe even die.
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CitationHubbel, Kyrstan; Barkley, Yvonne; Pinto, Jeremiah R.; Dumroese, R. Kasten; Deristin, Sabine; Joseph, Raymond; Brooks, Randy; Davis, Anthony S. 2016. Tree planting in Haiti: How to plant and care for your nursery grown seedlings. Bulletin 103. Moscow, ID: University of Idaho, Forest Wildlife and Range Experiment Station. 2 p. Includes Creole (Plante Pyebwa an Ayiti) and French (Plantation d’arbres en Haïti) translations.
Keywordsseedlings, nursery, planting
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