2 edition of Factors affecting the rooting and growth of Pinus radiata cuttings in the open nursery found in the catalog.
Factors affecting the rooting and growth of Pinus radiata cuttings in the open nursery
John Mervyn Fielding
by Dept. of National Development, Forestry and Timber Bureau in Canberra
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 25-26.
|Statement||[by] J. M. Fielding.|
|LC Classifications||SD110 .A33 no. 45|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||72486417|
Effects of parent age on growth and form of radiata pine cuttings and comparisons with seedlings have been intensively researched (Menzies, Klomp, ). All major forest companies in New Zealand now use cuttings and with improved nursery production small grower requirements will soon be met. Some methods of cold storage can seriously affect root growth potential and root moisture content Forestry - Inst. Chartered Foresters. Stone, E.C. and G.H. Schubert. Root regeneration by Ponderosa pine seedlings, lifted at different time of the year.
But cutting length did not affect percentage of rooting in Abies fraseri and Fielding (cited after) found that shorter cuttings of Pinus radiata tended to give higher rooting percentages. Thus, a general precedence of longer cuttings in terms of increased root system development cannot be . Establishment of exotic forest on erosion-prone pastoral hill country in the East Coast region of New Zealand escalated following a major cyclonic storm in Pinus radiata is the predominant species used for erosion control. It has been suggested that planting densities could be reduced if faster growing P. radiata seedlings and cuttings from genetically improved seed lots were .
van der Pas, J.B. Reduced early growth rates of Pinus radiata caused by Dothistroma pini. - New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science, 11(3), Vuorinen, M. Climatic factors affecting the needlecast epidemics caused by Lophodermium seditiosum. Generally cuttings are planted in nursery beds for a year to develop roots. Cuttings are times more expensive than seedlings- they are a useful option for stabilising fast growth of high fertility sites or reducing time taken to prune. Planting Stock. Most radiata pine stock is open rooted, rather than container grown.
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Factors affecting rooting and growth of Pinus radiata cuttings in the open nursery. Bulletin of Commonwealth Australian Forestry and Timber Bureau, Google Scholar.
Guha PT. Populus gamblei: Little known poplar of eastern by: Factors affecting the rooting and growth of Pinus radiata cuttings in the open nursery. Australia. Forestry and Timber Bureau, Bulletin No. 38 p. Google Scholar. Gleed, J.A. Development of plantlings and stecklings of radiata pine, pp.
– In: Cited by: Methods of raising Monterey pine from cuttings in the open nursery. Fielding, J.M. Factors affecting the rooting and growth of Effects of hedging radiata pine on production, rooting. FIELDING, J. Factors affecting the rooting and growth of Pinus radiata cuttings in the open nursery.
Austr. Forestry and Timber Bur. Bull. (In press). FOWLER, D. Effects of inbreeding in red pine. Pinus resinosa Ait. III.
Factors affecting natural selfing. Factors affecting the rooting and growth ofPinus radiata cuttings in the open nursery. For. and Timber Bureau, Aust. Bull. 45, 38 p. Google Scholar; Franclet, A. Rajeunissement des arbres adultes en vue de leur propagation végétative.
AFOCEL Études et Recherches 12–6/ 3–Cited by: 5. Fresh Pinus radiata bark will impair the growth of seedlings and struck cuttings of some species, e.g., Impatiens linearifolia, Coleus blumei cultivar ‘Golden Gem’, Engenia cyanocarpa, Hymenosporum flavum and Chrysanthemum morifolium ‘White Sands’; but not of Monstera pertusa, Camellia sasanqua ‘Lucinda’, Rhodondendron ‘Sir Robert Peel’ or Pilea cadierei.
The influence of cutting length and diameter on the percentage rooting of P. radiata cuttings was investigated previously by Fielding (). Fielding () concluded that different shoot thickness and lengths per se had no significant effect on the percentage rooting, but a large effect on the nursery growth of cuttings.
Factors affecting the rooting and growth of Pinus radiata cuttings in the open nursery. Australian For. and Timber Bur. Bull. Foster, G.S.
Genetic control of rooting ability of stem cuttings from loblolly pine. Can. For. Res. 20(9): Google Scholar; Foster, G.S. and Shaw, D.V.
A tree improvement program to develop. Cuttings were collected from young trees throughout the native range of Pinus radiata D. Don. Recorded were timing of rooting, final percent rooting, cutting mortality, and roots per rooted. Maturation-related decline of adventitious root formation is one of the major factors affecting adventitious rooting in forest tree species.
We demonstrate that inhibition of polar auxin transport promoted cambium and xylem differentiation in rooting-competent hypocotyl cuttings from Pinus radiata under conditions of adventitious root formation.
Treatments with bioactive gibberellins. Factors affecting the rooting and growth of Pinus radiata cuttings in the open nursery. Forestry and Timber Bureau, Canberra, Australia. Forestry and Timber Bureau, Canberra, Australia.
Bull. Measurement of Radiata pine by Barr and Stroud dendrometer in South Australia / by N. Lewis andJ. The seasonal and daily elongation of the shoots of Monterey pine and the daily elongation of the roots / Factors affecting the rooting and growth of Pinus radiata cuttings in the open nursery.
FIELDING, J. Factors affecting the rooting and growth of Pinus radiata cuttings in the open nursery. Austr.
Forestry and Timber Bur. Bull. (En prensa). FOWLER, D. Effects of inbreeding in red pine. Pinus resinosa Ait. III. Factors affecting natural selfing. Rooting medium is one of the most important factors affecting the rooting of cuttings, and this study provided evidence of the effect of the composition of growth media on the rooting success of honeybush (C.
subternata) plants. The highest cutting survival and rooting rate, number of roots and length of roots were achieved on Bark mix and 3mix. Factors responsible for producing greater root dry mass at planting were increased media volume and a longer raising period in the nursery. Seven years after planting, cuttings with the largest.
Ministry of Forestry, Forest Research Institute, FRI Bulletin No. Faulds, T., and Dibley, M.J. Growing radiata pine from juvenile cuttings. Forest Research Institute, What’s New in Forest Research No. 4 pp. 16 Fielding, J.M. Factors affecting the rooting and growth of Pinus radiata cuttings in the open nursery.
Australia. Studies concerning the rooting and vegetative propagation of western white pine (Pinus monticola Dougl.) seedling needle fascicles as a means of such host genetic control have been conducted by Hoff and McDonald () and McDonald and Hoff. 2 These studies indicated that a culture medium of forest soil:sand:peat moss () might be of.
Two Trichoderma isolates (T. hamatum LU and T. atroviride LU) were tested for their ability to promote the growth and health of commercially grown Pinus radiata seedlings. The colonisation behaviour of the two isolates was investigated to relate rhizosphere competence and root penetration to subsequent effects on plant performance.
Methods used to root slash (Pinus elliottii var. elliottii Englem.) and loblolly (Pinus taeda L.) pine cuttings from seedlings in outdoor nursery beds are described. Phases in the development of radiata pine plantation forestry 6 The interaction of factors affecting the choice of tree species 15 Drought deaths in a radiata pine stand in the Blackwood region of Western Australia 17 Radiata pine relative growth.
Pinus radiata D. Don. Monterey Pine. Pinaceae -- Pine family. Philip M. McDonald and Robert J. Laacke. Monterey pine (Pinus radiata) is the most widely planted pine in the world (9).Rapid growth and desirable lumber and pulp qualities cause it to be the leading introduced species in Australia, New Zealand, and Spain (34), and a major species in plantations of Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Kenya.Cutting length affected rooting, with root count and length highest in longer cuttings.
Increased tree age reduced rooting, although cuttings from year-old trees retained substantial rooting.Abstract. Toppling, or the windthrow, of young (radiata pine (Pinus radiata D. Don) trees is a concern to ng differs from wind damage in older forests as trees are not blown completely over, but instead attain a lean; a tree is said to.