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Developing Microbial Inoculants for Native Hawaiian Trees

Our nursery grows tree seedlings mainly for nonindustrial projects, usually for people who are reforesting their own property. Our clients generally share 3 characteristics: • Most are planting on land that is somewhat marginal or degraded: former pasture, old sugar cane land, eroded hillsides, exposed ridges, and so on; • Most operate on a limited budget, planning for minimal maintenance after establishment; and • Most have a larger vision for their project than simply creating a stand of trees; they want their trees to survive independently and to reestablish some of the ecosystem value of a forest.

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Author(s): Kim M. Wilkinson

Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 2000

Event: Western Forest and Conservation Nursery Association Conference
2000 - Kona, HI

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