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Tree Nursery Establishment and Tree Management; Training Manual for Community Tree Nursery Operators and Tree Farmers

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1.1 What is a tree nursery A tree nursery is an area/ place where young trees (seedlings) are given special care. 1.2 Types of tree nurseries (i) Temporary or flying nursery: can be used for a season or two, a year or two. Permanent nursery: Is meant to serve for a long period of time. In this case, seedlings are raised from year to year. 1.3 Factors to consider when deciding on the type of nursery The number of plants required The period the demand is likely to last Availability of transport/market
    Publication year

    2016

    Authors

    Buyinza, J.; Opolot, I.V.

    Language

    English

    Keywords

    farming systems, livelihoods, agriculture, seedlings

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