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Pros and cons of bare-root stock

April 28, 2011
By Stephanie Bethke-DeJaeghere , Marshall Independent

The name says it all. Bare-root nursery stock are trees and shrubs that are field grown for one to three years, undercut and dug in fall and spring, handled with no soil left around roots, and stored with moist roots and dormant tops at a temperature a few degrees above freezing until they are planted says Kathy Zuzek, University of Minnesota Extension Educator.

 
 
 

 

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