Conceptual and Management Considerations for the Development of Urban Tree Plantings
Journal of Arboriculture
International Society of Arboriculture
The development of successful urban tree plantings has at least four critical components: 1) expectations and goals appropriate for cities, 2) an analysis of site-specific environmental conditions, 3) selection of taxa responsive to that set of site conditions and 4) a regular program of management. The issues involved that are both conceptual (such as our attitudes towards trees) and technical (such as the size of a planting space or the level of summer irrigation).
Clark, J. R., R.. Kjelgren. 1989. Conceptual and Management Considerations for the Development of Urban Tree Plantings. J. Arboricult. 15:229-236.
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