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Planting and Transplanting Stresses - Slide 1

This pine is suffering from transplant shock and from being transplanted too late in the autumn. Needle scorch is a normal reaction to transplanting, but the severity of this scorch is due to the late date of transplanting. The root system had no time to recover before the severe winter arrived, and the northwest exposure that this pine was sited in made the situation even more stressful.

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