Regeneration through natural seeding Factors affecting regenerative processes The establishment of tree populations is based on natural or artificial regeneration. Natural regeneration refers to methods which utilise the natural capacity of trees to produce offspring (seedlings) sexually through seeds and/or vegetatively (asexually) through sprouting. In artificial regeneration, a new tree population is created by planting
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