Grower Manual for indigenous seedlings
This Grower Manual is a step by step instruction on how to germinate and grow healthy indigenous seedlings.
Your seedlings will require 5 to 6 months care to reach a height of 20 – 30 cm and a hearty root structure. Indigenous seedlings are bound for harsh rural conditions, they need to develop a strong robust root system with hardy stem and leaves. The developing seedlings need daily care and watering, however, be conscious not to overwater or over pamper your seedlings.
If you do not find the information you require in the step by step Grower Manual, TreeProject also provides three additional seedling propagation tools:
- Youtube video clips for each step of growing seedlings are available, the introduction can be seen below.
- The Seedling Database provides species specific information for seed pre-treatment, sowing notes and images of seedling growth stages.
- Our Ask the Expert Blog is a resource to ask questions that are not resolved in either this Grower Manual or the Seedling Database.
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