Effect of auger planting on survival and growth of Douglas-fir on droughty sites Public Deposited
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Two-year-old Douglas-fir bareroot seedlings were hoe- and auger-planted on droughty south and southwest aspects in southwest Oregon. After 2 years, no differences in height, diameter, or seedling biomass could be detected. Auger-planted seedlings survived significantly better on the southwest aspect.
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