The Physiological Basis of Containerised Tree Seedling 'Transplant Shock': A Review (Report) - Australian Forestry

The Physiological Basis of Containerised Tree Seedling 'Transplant Shock': A Review (Report)

By Australian Forestry

  • Release Date - Published: 2005-06-01
  • Book Genre: Engineering
  • Author: Australian Forestry
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Introduction Transplant shock, also referred to as transplant stress or planting check, is used to describe the negative effects on growth and survival when nursery-raised stock is planted into a new environment. Transplant shock is expressed through a range of symptoms that include a decreased growth rate of newly planted seedlings compared to naturally regenerating seedlings of the same age, and leaf abscission and mortality under severe conditions (Reitveld 1989). Transplant shock is associated also with acclimatisation of seedlings to the new environmental conditions.

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