Study the Feasibility of Using Heavily Pruned Large Size Seedlings as Transplanting Materials in Street Tree Planting

2004 | Jun Yang, University of California, Berkeley
In Beijing, China, a technique using heavily pruned (90-100% of canopy removal) trees for street tree planting has proven successful and inexpensive. This study proposes to study the methods being used in China for possible adaptation to the US.

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