Hensley, D.L
Harvest method has no influence on growth of transplanted green ash
Journal of Arboriculture 19(6): 379-382
Green ash were grown with or without in-ground fabric bags and transplanted as bag-grown, balled-and-burlapped, or as bareroot plants. Heights and stem diameters were measured for four growing seasons after transplanting. Roots were harvested and weighed upon termination of the study. There were no differences in average or total tree heights or stem diameters or in dry root weights regardless of harvest method.