Under what circumstances can cedar be considered that the transplanted seedlings have survived? Here is the best price nursery of cedar in Nanjing to tell you.
Most cedar seedlings are transplanted in spring. Seedlings of broad leaved trees can be transplanted, planted or stored in refrigerated chambers in winter. When refrigerated, the shoots should be cut off by 10-25 cm and the roots should be cut short in order to maintain a favorable rhizome ratio. Cutting roots can also promote the formation of adventitious roots of cedar. The roots of cedar seedlings should be prevented from direct contact with air, otherwise the roots from the soil will soon become dry and difficult to recover. It is difficult to form new roots on the thicker roots after transplantation. When cedar seedlings form new roots, the transplanted seedlings can survive.
It is more advantageous to repair roots earlier. Because the pruned roots have been healed when transplanted. Seedlings stored in refrigerated rooms must be put in boxes filled with wet peat after cutting their roots, otherwise the wounds are susceptible to fungal infection. If the seedlings stored in the freezer are pruned before transplanting, they must be treated by 24 hours of water immersion to replenish the water lost during storage, which should be paid special attention to in late transplanting. In a small cedar nursery, no longer planted with a seedling hoe and a wedge spade. The lowest mechanized nursery is single row trenching discs. Transplanting spades must be used in heavy soil and large seedling transplants.