In preparation for planting, a Loblolly pine seedling (Pinus taeda) has its roots dipped in rooting gel. This technique improves the chances of the seedling surviving periods of drought.

Loblolly pine seedling (Pinus taeda) dipped in rooting gel

In preparation for planting, a Loblolly pine seedling (Pinus taeda) has its roots dipped in rooting gel. This technique improves the chances of the seedling surviving periods of drought.

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Author(s)Jane Hawkey
Author CompanyIntegration and Application Network
Date Created2013-05-30
AlbumHuman > Forestry
TypePhoto
Project(s)Coordination support for adapting to climate change
Dimensions3072 x 2048
Filesize4 MB
Number of Downloads19
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Required AttributionJane Hawkey, Integration and Application Network (ian.umces.edu/media-library)