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A Study on Cuttage Seedling-Raising of Masson Pine and Its Afforestation Effect

LAI Duan~1,LIN Kai-min~2,WANG Jin-shang~3,CHEN Xiao-yue~3,ZHAO Da-zhou~4 (1.Shaowu Extension Center of Afforestation Technology,Fujian Province,Shaowu354000,Fujian,China; 2.Chinese Fir Research Instituter,Fujian Agriculture & Forestry University, Nanping353001,Fujian,China; 3.Nanping Forestry Bureau of Fujian Province, Nanping353000,Fujian,China; 4.Shaowu Forestry Bureau of Fujian Province,Shaowu354000,Fujian,China)  
Experiment on cuttage seedling-raising of Pinus massoniana and it's afforestation which was established in Shaowu,Fujian was made from 1994 to 2001.The study indicated that the optimum period for beheading cuttage seedlings in orchard was July 25 to Aug.10, the optimum height of cuttage seedlings to be beheaded to was 8 cm, and the orchard had a production capacity of 6 million standard cuttage seedlings per hectare.The cuttage seedlings were planted in sandy bed from Dec.15 to Jan.15 and then transplanted to the orchard from March 20 to April 10. Cuttage seedlings averaged 22.6 cm in height and 0.44 cm in ground diameter and could be used for afforestation at the same year. The 5-year-old young stand growing out of those cuttage seedlings was superior to CK(field seedlings) in growth volume and biomass and about the same in the tendency of the main growth indexes differentiation-that was, cuttage seedlingscontainerized seedlingsfield seedlings.Therefore,cuttage seedlings were capable of being applied in commercial afforestation.
【Fund】: 福建省林业厅科学基金资助项目([1997]11号)内容之一
【CateGory Index】: S791.248
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