Category:Post-planting silviculture

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The aim of post-planting silviculture during the establishment phase of plantation development is to promote success by improving microsite conditions and protecting planted seedlings (Ivetić and Devetaković 2016[1]). Post-planting treatments are essential for the success of seedlings establishing in droughty conditions (Klossas et al. 2012[2]), but also on higher quality sites with risk of competitive vegetation and browsing.

References

  1. Ivetić V, Devetaković J (2016) Reforestation challenges in Southeast Europe facing climate change. Reforesta 1: 178-220. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21750/REFOR.1.10.10
  2. Klossas G, Kyriazopoulos A, Koukoura Z (2012) Post-planting treatments and shading effects in a Fraxinus angustifolia Vahl. silvopastoral system. Ann For Res 56: 179-186.

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