SU1519588A1 - Method of planting seedlings - Google Patents

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SU1519588A1
SU1519588A1 SU864196746A SU4196746A SU1519588A1 SU 1519588 A1 SU1519588 A1 SU 1519588A1 SU 864196746 A SU864196746 A SU 864196746A SU 4196746 A SU4196746 A SU 4196746A SU 1519588 A1 SU1519588 A1 SU 1519588A1
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Сергей Сергеевич Багаев
Сергей Николаевич Багаев
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The invention relates to forestry, in particular to the creation of forest crops. The purpose of the invention is to improve the survival rate and plant growth in the post-planting period on poor podzolic soils of undistorted forest cuttings, reducing labor costs and the negative impact on the biogeocenosis of forest soils. Planting is carried out on fresh mineralized cuttings by horizontal laying of the roots on the mineralized surface of the upper fertile soil layer with simultaneous mulching of the root system and the root part of the stems with fertile soil substrate from the upper humus horizon. 1 tab.

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due to the fact that, in order to improve the survival rate and plant growth in the post-planting period, on poor podzolic soils of undisturbed forest cuttings, to reduce labor costs and negative

influences on the biogeocenosis of forest soils, the root system of seedlings is placed on the mineralized surface of the soil and together with the basal part of the trunks they are poured with soil from the upper humus horizon.

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    Landing method with a. Wife. including the horizontal horizontal laying of their root system with POSLDA 1ON1SY filled with soil, 0'010, which, in order to improve the survival rate and plant growth in the post-planting period on poor podzolic soils of unforested forest felling, reduce labor costs and negative impact on biogeocenosis, the root system of seedlings is laid on the mineralized surface of the soil and, together with the basal part of the stems, is covered with soil from the upper humus horizon.
    Landing method Plant height, cm Growth in height of the last year, cm The diameter of the root neck, mm Karelian birch Proposed 109.6 34.5 16.5 The control 70, 1 14.9 8.3 Percentage to cat— role 156 232 198 Aspen Proposed 67.5 16.5 7.9 The control 59.5 1 1, 8 6.4 Percentage of Cont role 113 140 123
    Compiled by A. Bvkov Editor N. Bobkova Order 6619/3 Tehred I. Veres Corrector I. Muska Ti raj 62 1 Subscribed
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