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Tree or other plant removed from the ground for replanting without soil around the roots

Bare root

2

Tree or other plant that has been grown in a container

Container grown

3

Field-grown plant placed into a container for a time and then sold as a potted plant. Term does not include a plant initially grown in the container

Containerized

4

Method of tying the root ball of a balled and burlapped tree for moving.

Drum-lace

5

Root that encircles all or part of the trunk of a tree or other roots and constricts the vascular tissue and inhibits secondary growth and the movement of water and Photosynthates

Girdling root

6

Installing a guy and associated anchor

Guying

7

Plant tissue that is acclimated to the cold or a new environment

Hardened off

8

Accumulation of water in an upper soil layer above the actual water table, resulting when drainage in an area is impeded by an impermeable layer, such as rock or heavy clay, or when the interface between soil layers has become stratified.

Perched water table

9

Detailed plans and statements a particular procedures, requirements, and standards for planting.

Planting specifications

10

Soil containing all or a portion of the roots that are removed with a plant when it is planted or transplanted.

Root ball

11

In transplanting, the process of predigging a root ball to increase the density of root development within the final Root ball.

Root pruning

12

In tree conservation and preservation, the process of pre--cutting roots behind a line of a planned excavation to prevent tearing and splintering of remaining roots.

Root pruning

13

In tree disease management, severing tree roots to prevent disease transmission through root grafts

Root pruning

14

Supporting a treat with stakes and ties. Usually used in reference to newly planted trees.

Staking

15

Layer of material below the soil surface; materials used to provide plant support, regulate moisture, and provide mineral nutrients to container plants.

Substrate

16

Plant stress following transplant; characterized by reduced growth, wilting, dropping foliage, or death.

Transplant shock

17

Mechanical equipment to dig, transport, and replant trees with a sufficiently large volume of roots and soil

Tree spade

18

Material used to wrap the trunks of newly planted or transplanted trees or to protect Thin-barked mature trees when they are newly exposed to the sun.

Tree wrap

19

Type of metal basket used to support the root ball of a balled and burlapped tree or a tree dug with a tree spade,

Wire basket

20

Tree or other plant dog and removed from the ground for replanting, with the roots and soil wrapped in burlap or a burlap like fabric.

Balled and Burlapped