ISA offers a variety of educational materials to help arborists improve their arboricultural knowledge. Each week we will feature a product, or group of products that will enhance your arboriculture education. This week, ISA is featuring The Practical Science of Planting Trees by Gary Watson and E.B. Himelick.
This publication is designed to help readers understand and implement the appropriate practices vital to planting a tree. Additionally, it offers guidance to improve success and establish healthy trees that will last a lifetime.
Covering topics such as urban trees, planting season, tree quality selection, and maintenance, this comprehensive guide is an up-to-date synthesis of the latest research devoted to planting urban trees. Additionally, The Practical Science of Planting Trees is designed to help readers understand and apply the appropriate practices essential to planting a tree. Full of photographs and illustrations, this guide will prove useful in establishing and planting healthy trees.
This book is a great resource for anyone interested in planting trees. Arborists, landscape professionals, students, researchers, and avid gardeners will find this book to be an invaluable tool with an extensive reference list of scientific literature.