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Forests, Volume 10, Issue 12 (December 2019) – 111 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) For spring plantings, conifer seedlings are usually packed in closed cardboard boxes and freezer [...] Read more. For spring plantings, conifer seedlings are usually packed in closed cardboard boxes and freezer stored over winter. Additionally, seedlings are increasingly being stored in cardboard boxes in spring, summer, and autumn plantings in Finland. Too long storage reduces the seedlings field performance potential. For example, Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) container seedlings stored in the closed cardboard boxes starts to grow and the new growth turns pale green during the 21 days in May. After the planting, etiolated growth dye and root growth reduces increasing the mortality of seedlings. For the conifer seedlings in the boreal latitudes, the safe duration in the closed boxes is only three days in August and about a week in September, October, and spring. View this paper