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Producing Healthy Long-Lived Trees for Our Community Forest ​ - Shared screen with speaker view
Taylor Stockert
03:16
Hey there, Ryan.
Taylor Stockert
03:29
I don't have a mic, sorry.
Taylor Stockert
03:41
Work computer...
Taylor Stockert
04:00
Awesome! I'll be sure to go and talk to them. And I do have a name...
Taylor Stockert
04:19
Worf's bat'leth
Dan Wattenhofer
04:26
lolol
Taylor Stockert
05:12
The cuttings will bring you honor.
Eric A North
30:59
Bur Oak Canyon - Wonderful place to visit - very cool history and trees.
Candace
31:55
I should go there sometime while passing through the area...
Candace
50:15
Do you think Bur Oaks would grow in SW Minn,?
mumforde
50:39
Absolutely
Dan Wattenhofer
50:41
absolutly
James Calkins
51:13
Heather, do you practice or have you tried root pruning at the germination stage by pre-germinating seeds/acorns and root pruning the emerged radicles before planting to transition from a tap rooted to a branched root system and increase root branching from the start?
Candace
51:17
At my Site we have really rocky, sandy soil
Candace
54:26
What about Walnuts? specifically Butternut Walnuts...
Ryan L Murphy
55:21
Are there any species that seem to have issues with establishment in the landscape in NE?
Stephan
56:22
These aren't found in Minnesota but just curious if you do anything with or propagate Blackjack oaks?
Candace
56:24
As far as Sandy, rocky goes... think of a Railroad bed.
Steve Schumacher
56:28
Can you talk about your procedure for treating (stratifying) the scorns
Kris and Mike Reichenbach
56:32
I see on your website you grow a variety of trees and shrubs what if any is your interest in growing understory plants for forest restoration?
john goodfellow
56:46
Did you root prune (tap root) the oaks you propagated in your gravel bed? Bottom line, did you have good success in the gravel bed with oak in general?
Candace
56:57
Our Site was built on an old railroad bed
Kris and Mike Reichenbach
58:51
I am really asking if you are interested in growing herbs and forbs for restoration.
jeff h
59:00
Is your focus retail or wholesale sales
jeff h
59:32
Do you do any contract growing for municipalities
Kris and Mike Reichenbach
01:00:22
A comment on oaks in gravel beds. A project At Cloquet Forestry Center showed some benefit for seedling oaks placed in gravel bed, more fibrous root system, better branching. But not like other species like north white cedar.
jeff h
01:03:59
What are the largest size trees you grow to? 1.5" caliper for instance?
Ryan L Murphy
01:05:12
Do you propagate / grow DED resistant elm varieties? Any challenges, insights, etc?
Kris and Mike Reichenbach
01:06:36
Heather, Have you considered growing gambel oak?
Steve Schumacher
01:08:56
Whats your procedure for germinating the acorns?
Taylor Stockert
01:09:11
How large is your operation? Acreage, est. number of trees, however it's possibly to quantify it.
Stephan
01:09:15
Where specifically in Nebraska is that natural coffeetree stand you had a picture of? I'm sure they do well in Nebraska's climate.
jeff h
01:09:22
Really appreciate this webinar very informative thank you
Taylor Stockert
01:10:26
Yeah, that was great, thank you!
Ryan L Murphy
01:10:36
z.umn.edu/JanMnSTAC
Kris and Mike Reichenbach
01:10:38
Heather, Thanks. Great presentation
Heather Byers
01:11:06
heather@greatplainsnursery.com
mumforde
01:11:19
Thank you Heather! It sounds like you are doing awesome work!