The care and planting of tree seedlings on your woodland Public Deposited

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  • In some forest situations, seedlings readily spring up from seeds produced by nearby trees, reducing (or even eliminating) the need to plant trees. Often, though, conditions aren’t right for this natural regeneration to happen quickly, or with the desired kinds of trees. Therefore, planting tree seedlings by hand usually is required.
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