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Effect of cold storage on development of suckers on aspen root cuttings

George A Schier

Effect of cold storage on development of suckers on aspen root cuttings

by George A Schier

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Published by Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station in Ogden, Utah .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aspen -- Utah,
  • Forest regeneration -- Utah,
  • Roots (Botany) -- Temperature

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGeorge A. Schier and Robert B. Campbell
    SeriesUSDA Forest Service research note INT -- 248
    ContributionsCampbell, Robert B. 1950-, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden, Utah), United States. Forest Service
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13602825M

    propagation of quaking aspen’ GENERAL TECHNICAL REPORT, INTERMOUNTAIN FOREST AND RANGE EXPERIMENT STATION, USDA FOREST SERVICE no. INT, , pages 61 - 65, XP • GEORGE A. SCHIER ET AL.: ’Effect of cold storage on development of suckers on aspen root cuttings’ RESEARCH NOTE, INTERMOUNTAIN DOREST AND RANGE EXPERIMENT . Effects of variable aspen retention on stand development, aspen sucker production and growth of lodgepole pine in the SBSdw1 variant of south-central British Columbia (Technical report ; ) Includes bibliographical references: p. - - - 1. Lodgepole pine - British Columbia - Growth. 2.

    aspen stands-sexual reproduction using seed, or vege- tative regeneration by root suckering. In the West, root suckering is the most practical method. The advantage of having an existing, well established root system capable of producing numerous root suckers easily out- weighs natural or artificial reforestation in the West. Root cuttings were periodically collected from donor plants that had been stored for various lengths of time in cold storage (up to days), or that were stored dormant in cold storage (up to.

    However, because of the important role of root carbohydrate storage for the plant primocane development in the following year (Fernandez and Pritts, ), root cuttings are still considered a. INT-RN Effect of Cold Storage on Development of Suckers on Aspen Root Cuttings. INT-RN Plant Nutrients in Flyash from Bark-Fired Boilers. INT-RN Hydrochemical Influences on the Fishery Within the Phosphate Mining Area of Eastern Idaho.


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(Robert Bruce) Campbell, Utah) Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden and United by: 1. Two experiments were conducted to examine the effects of growing conditions, duration of cold storage, and distinct phenological periods of root donor plants on the propagation success of aspen rootlings.

Root donor plants were produced either under greenhouse or open grown conditions. Root cuttings were periodically collected from donor plants that had been stored for various lengths of time Cited by: Propagating trembling aspen from root cuttings: Impact of storage length and phenological period of root donor plants likely to support the development of the emerging suckers and higher.

Vegetative Propagation of Aspen by Greenwood Cuttings. Abstract. Greenwood stem cuttings taken from root suckers of Populus tremuloides and P. gmnd'identata were rooted in coarse sand under both inter­ mittent mist and polyethylene sheet­ ing in a greenhouse and under mist in Cited by: 7.

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stimulate new root growth on inch root cuttings from live aspen trees. Further labo­ ratory work showed that reduction of light intensity on the soil surface where soil temperatures were the same did not appear to inhibit the formation of suckers on aspen root cuttings.

Suckering was abundant in 50 per cent of full light, 25 per cent of full. Ideally, root cuttings are 1 inch in diameter, and 16 to 24 inches long.

Store the root cuttings in moist soil while you are transporting them. The root cuttings should be transplanted as soon as possible, and you do not want them to dry out in the meantime. Transplant the root cuttings and young suckers in an area that provides full sunlight exposure. Two experiments were conducted to examine the effects of growing conditions, duration of cold storage, and distinct phenological periods of root donor plants on the propagation success of aspen rootlings.

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Large clonal differences in sucker production from root cuttings and in rooting of greenwood stem cuttings taken from root suckers were found among nine Wyoming trembling aspen (Populustremuloides Michx.) appeared to be no correlation between the suckering and rooting capacity of a by: loicles root cutting with suckers.

were observed on portions of roots proxi­ mal to girdles or on ungirdled roots. Effect of Indoleocetic Acid upon Root Sucker Formation These experiments tested the effect of IAA upon sucker formation on root cuttings of both P. tremuloides and P. grandidentataCited by: Seasonal fluctuation of root carbohydrates in hybrid aspen clones and its relationship to the sprouting efficiency of root cuttings N.

Stenvall, a M. Piisilä, b P. Pulkkinen a a Finnish Forest Research Institute, Vantaa Research Unit, Haapastensyrjä Breeding Station, Haapastensyrjän FI Cited by: ASPEN,SUCKER PRODUCTION AND GROWTH FROM OUTPI ANTED ROOT CUTTINGS Donald A. Perala, Silviculturist, Grand Rapids, Minnesota J ABSTRACTAspen suckers from 1-m-long found that parent roots ofPopulus grandiden-root cuttings survived and grew better than tata (Michx.) (especially those distal to the thosefrom cm-long cuttings.

Effect of cold storage on development of suckers on aspen root cuttings / View Metadata By: Schier, George A. - Campbell, Robert B. (Robert Bruce), - Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden, Utah) - United States.Cold storage for 1 month had a beneficial effect on sprouting of root cuttings of the rootstock GF (Prunus persica x Prunus amygdalus) and treatments with bottom heat increased sprouting over Author: Lennart Eliasson.In a growth chamber, we tested how the seasonal timing of placing a physical barrier (simulating a possible effect of log storage) and inflicting root damage impacted aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) root systems and their suckering from 4-year-old saplings were used, and one half of these root systems had the above-ground portion cut in the winter (dormant) while the other Cited by: 8.