Canadian Forest Service Publications
Root development of container-grown and bareroot stock: coastal British Columbia. 1979. Arnott, J.T. Pages 257-267 in E. Van Eerden and J.M. Kinghorn, Editors. Proceedings of the Root Form of Planted Trees Symposium, May 16-19, 1978, Victoria, BC. Fisheries and Environment Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Pacific Forest Research Centre, Victoria, BC, Joint Report No. 8, Co-published by the British Columbia Ministry of Forests.
Available from: Pacific Forestry Centre
Catalog ID: 1975
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Describes orientation and development of the roots of bullet, plug, tube and bareroot Douglas-fir and western hemlock seedlings planted experimentally since 1967. Within all categories studied, asymmetric orientation of the roots was common to all stock types, root spiralling was not significant and no evidence of tree toppling was found.
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