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Results of Experiments on Creation of Forest Cultures from Sievers Apple Seedlings With Closed Root System on the Western Slopes of the Chatkal Ridge in Uzbekistan

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.7, No. 9)

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Page : 1323-1325

Keywords : Survival; forest plantations; planting material with a closed root system; a structure-forming agent; and plant decay;

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This article presents results of experiments on the survival rate of seedlings of the Siversa Apple tree, created by planting materials with a closed root system with different methods of planting on the western slope of the Chatkal ridge of Uzbekistan. The results of experiments has established that the highest survival rate for 2 years among the variants was observed with a deep planting at the rate of 88, 4 %. The usual and landing with the use of Carboxyl Methyl Cellulose (CMC) provided almost the same survival rate between 78, 4 and 78, 6 %. The lowest survival rate of seedlings were observed only when planted with an open root system, where it was only 25 %, which can be considered almost completely dead when creating forest cultures.

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