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Record Keeping - True-To-Type Plants & Trees

Developed by Corky Lovin, Mark Bell, Paul Marcotte, and Louise Ferguson - International Programs Office UC Davis (2008) "What is “record keeping”? “Record keeping” is the writing down of the type and location of plant in a plant nursery. Why keep records? Records allow you to track and produce plants of known quality and origin. How to create “record keeping” Nurseries should 1. clearly mark all mother trees by two means – both marking on the tree and by a tag attached. 2. Keep an official nursery note book that codes trees and shows their location on an orchard map should also be maintained. "

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