Proper planting and good plantation maintenance practices will determine the success or failure of your newly planted seedlings. Many people have planted trees for windbreaks, reforestation, or wildlife habitat and have had rather disappointing results. At the same time others have planted seedlings without losing a single one. During this workshop you will learn many useful ways to be successful with the seedlings you plant this year.
All participants will receive a packet of information containing the latest tree planting information and forest industry bulletins.
Top ten reasons to attend a workshop:
- What needs to be done to prepare for tree planting?
- What kind of trees do I order?
- How many trees do I order?
- Where do I plant?
- When do I plant?
- How do I plant?
- What about fertilizer?
- What about weed control?
- What about insect problems?
- What steps are needed after planting?
Sponsors include: Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service; Purdue Department of Forestry and Natural Resources; and the Arrow Head Country Resource Conservation & Development (RC&D) Area Forestry Committee.
For registration view: Tree Planting Workshop-Feb. 14th.
Location: Fulton County Fairgrounds, 1009 West Third Street Rochester, IN
Workshop questions: Arrow Head Country RC&D, 219.843.4827.
Tree order questions: 812.358.3621.
Instructions for Ordering Tree Seedlings – Indiana DNR Division of Forestry
National Nursery and Seed Directory – USDA Forest Service
Web Soil Survey – USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service
Importance of Hardwood Tree Planting – The Education Store, Purdue Extension Resource Center
Designing Hardwood Tree Plantings for Wildlife – The Education Store
Got Nature? – Purdue Forestry & Natural Resources
Lenny Farlee, Sustaining Hardwood Extension Specialist
Purdue Department of Forestry and Natural Resources