British Columbia's considerable diversity of soils, topographies and climates have given rise to a rich variety of native plant species. Many commercially valuable tree species have well established protocols for seed collection, planting stock production, seedling handling and planting. Comparatively little is known about these activities for non-commercial shrub and tree species. Many of these deciduous shrub and tree species are being used for watershed restoration and rehabilitation of eroded slopes, road edges and landings. Demands for planting stock are increasing each year.
Hudson, S.D., Carlson, M.R.. 1999. Propagation of interior British Columbia native plants from seed. British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development. Misc. Report (FLNRORD). MR93
Topic: FLNRORD Research Program
Keywords: Tree, Seeds
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