What needs to be done?: Guide in mangrove reforestation
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The article presents a two-part guideline in mangrove reforestation. The first part is zonation, which is the process of determining what species are particularly suited to plant in a particular site. While, plantation establishment is the second part, it includes guides in the identification of species, selection of planting site, preparation of the planting sites, seed collection, handling and transporting of seeds, and planting.
Suggested CitationSoutheast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Aquaculture Department (1996). What needs to be done?: Guide in mangrove reforestation.
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