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Transplanting seedlings during the dormant season

Tree seedlings are transferred to the holes created during the rest period. Planting seedlings in cold regions in early spring and in areas where there is no risk of frost can be done at the end of the growing season. Transferring seedlings to the garden during the dormant season prevents environmental stress ….

Tree seedlings are transferred to the holes created during the rest period. Planting seedlings in cold regions in early spring and in areas where there is no risk of frost can be done at the end of the growing season. Transferring seedlings to the garden during the dormant season prevents environmental stress because plant messages are intended to induce dormancy and focus on sending plant products (proteins, enzymes, and other compounds) to induce plant dormancy and sustainable cellular composition. They occur, but if this transfer is done at another time, the plant will be actively growing and will focus on sending compounds to develop the root to achieve its growth potential, and may even lose its leaves or completely Dry because the plant will be responsible for root development and will reduce the compounds needed for other activities such as resistance to cold stress. But after the transfer of the plant in the dormant season, the plant will have a strong and salty beginning. The plant needs very little water during sleep. So for a while there is not much concern about watering the plants. However, it should be noted that watering newly planted plants is very important, so they should be watered in each season when the plant is planted. Plant diseases and pests are not active in winter and the plant needs to be prepared (to receive the necessary proteins and enzymes) to withstand these non-biological stresses, which will be achieved after the establishment and concentration of sending compounds to create resistance. Come and give the plant a chance to adapt.