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ABOUT THE NATURAL SEED RESUMPTION AND TECHNOLOGY GROWING OF PLANTING STOCK IN PERMANENT FOREST SEED FIELD- NURSERY-GARDENS OF ANEMOCHOROUS TREE SPECIES IN KALMYKIA

ABOUT THE NATURAL SEED RESUMPTION AND TECHNOLOGY GROWING OF PLANTING STOCK IN PERMANENT FOREST SEED FIELD- NURSERY-GARDENS OF ANEMOCHOROUS TREE SPECIES IN KALMYKIA
Maxim Kostin, кандидат сельскохозяйственных наук

Вадим Беспалов, старший научный сотрудник

Российская Академия Наук - Институт лесоведения, Россия

Участник первенства: Национальное первенство по научной аналитике - "Россия";

УДК 630*231:232.311.9/411.5

The paper shows and describes provided tests of the possibility of growing the planting stock of the anemochorous woody species: siberian elm (Ulmus pumila L.), ash-leaved maple (Acer negundo L.) by natural seeding of areas neighboring to the forest belts under the influence of wind conditions in Kalmykia. It allows to combine the forestry seed farming and growing seedlings in one process technology by creating  permanent belts of forest seed plots-nurseries (PPLSU nurseries) from the progeny of plus trees. This technology is patented and is an alternative to the existing nursery farming in Kalmykia.

Keywords. Anemochory, natural seed resumption, plus trees, permanent forest seed nurseries, growing seedlings.

 

Anemochory is the ability of tree and shrub species to spread seeds with the wind. It manifests itself in the natural forests as a factor of seed regeneration. Such tree species as birch, aspen and other poplar, willow, alder, elm, maple, ash, pine, spruce, fir spread in the area mainly by anemochorous way. These species are able to regenerate naturally by seeds in large areas,  when there are favorable conditions for germination of seeds and establishment of seedlings (warm, loose and long wet substrate, lack of competition of herbaceous vegetation). Cutover patches, waste areas, glades are mainly populated by the so-called tree species "pioneers" - birch, aspen and alder. The processes of natural regeneration of forests take place especially intensive in recent decades on abandoned cropland in temperate forests [4, 5]. This process significantly contributes to the digging activity of moles.

The abundant self-seeding of box elder, green ash (Pennsylvania), Siberian elm appears in the arid zone on the complexes of light-brown soils with different equity participation of solonetz in wet years under the canopy of the artificial protective forest belts and next to them. This self-seeding is recommended to use as planting stock [2, 3].

The anemochory property was used to produce planting stock of the anemochorous tree species in areas of permanent forest seed-nurseries as more accessible and cost-effective alternative to the existing nursery farming [1].

The most common anemochorous tree species for protective afforestation in steppe and semi-desert regions of Russia are siberian elm (Ulmus pumila L.), ash Pennsylvania (Fracsinus pennsylvanica Marsh.), Ash-leaved maple (Acer negundo L.) and other types of maples. The artificial forest plantations in these regions are created by stripes, oriented mostly in the meridional direction, ie perpendicular to the prevailing winds of the eastern and western directions. Wind speed is up to 10-15 m/s and gusts - up to 24 m/s. Wind Period with strong winds is long. Precipitation of the warm period in Kalmykia falls as cloudbursts.

The bulk of the mature winged seeds of these species is carried by wind over long distances from the forest belts. The seeds of the Siberian elm mature in the first half of May and fly away by the wind from the parent tree up to 100 m and more. The maple and ash seeds mature in the fall, and the distribution is in the autumn and winter and the distance from the seeding trees is shorter - up to 30-50 m. Germination of seeds of maple and ash during the autumn sowing is about 70-80%. Seeds, that didn’t flow away from trees of these species in autumn and that were kept on tree heads the whole winter, showed germination of 40-45% during the spring crop.

The agricultural fields adjacent to the forest belt are constantly plowed and self-seeding is destroyed. The massive self-seeding appears inside the forest belts after the end of mechanical care in wide row spacings of mature trees of the Siberian elm, box elder and ash Pennsylvania. The artificially structured with a certain area of food for 1 tree forest belts in arid zones do not allow the natural seed regeneration of the forest for its intended purpose due to lack of moisture and defined boundaries of agricultural fields. But the use of this potential as a simple, cheap technology to produce seed with high hereditary properties is possible in each forest area on the State Forest Fund lands, as an alternative for centralized and expensive basis seed farmings.

The seedlings of tree species grown in the open ground large basis nurseries from seeds collected in seed plantations, including the anemochorous volatile seeds which are easily carried by wind over long distances (eg, maple, ash, elm, and others.) are used in modern silvicultural production. The Bashantinsky basic irrigated nursery area of over 200 hectares existed until recently in Kalmykia, it provided planting material not only for Kalmykia, but also for Astrakhan, Rostov and Stavropol region forestries. At this moment it became unprofitable and ceased production of planting material.

Existing technology of growing seedlings in the open field nurseries includes harvesting seeds from growing trees, clearing them from the impurities, storage, seedbed preparation, sowing seeds in the seed furrow in the plowed and smooth the soil, weeding and loosening the soil, fertilizing and watering by spray irrigation, the formation of fibrous root system of seedlings by trimming taproot with plane-cuts, mechanized digging. It is essential and justified for tree species whose seeds cannot spread by the wind due to their lack of adaptations to this, but in case of the anemochorous woody species economically important and valuable biological property - fitness of their flying seed to natural colonization of the areas adjacent to forest seed-bearing plantations by wind – is not used.

Centralized gathering of large quantities of seeds of the anemochorous woody species in scattered and separated by great distances (up to 500 km or more) small seed bases of the consumers (forestries), mostly located in different soil and climatic conditions, and in conditions of shortage of seeds from random trees in the asphalt in the settlements, leads to the fact that forestries subsequently obtain from nurseries ready planting materials with very diverse hereditary properties, often little relevant to local forest growing conditions. This ultimately reduces the stability and durableness of the created plantations. Also grown planting material from the basis nursery farms is transported over long distances by consumers, that is reflected in the quality, increases cargo and stretches agronomic planting dates. In addition, the technology of growing seedlings in nurseries doesn’t completely eliminate manual labor and contains a number of time-consuming and expensive procedures for harvesting seeds from growing trees, clearing them from the impurities, storing them in warehouses, seedbed preparation and sowing of seeds in the soil.

The proposed technology of growing seedlings of the anemochorous woody species can be used in forestry and agriculture for planting material of local origin with improved hereditary properties. It applies mainly to protective afforestation in open treeless areas with sustained regime of intensive winds with dominant direction.

The aim of this work is to expand the range of species and increase breeding, biological and economic efficiency of  the planting stock growing of the anemochorous woody plants using natural seeding in relation to dry conditions of arid regions.

The goal is achieved by the fact that the process of planting stock growing is carried out directly in the forest seed plot spacings between belts, which few-rowed (no more than 3 rows) belts form blown design and are put across the prevailing wind direction to ensure uniform filling of the previously prepared seed furrows by the emitted seeds (on the plowed soil). The bands of seed plants are created from the one species by planting young plants or renewing the existing multi-row plantings adults by cutting and uprooting inner rows to create the broad spacings between belts. The fruiting of woody plants in the steppe and semi-desert areas occurs already at the age of 5-7 years.

The plowing of soil by the plantation plow with blade to a depth of 35-40 cm while disking and harrowing is carried out in spacings between belts before seed flying out from seed-carrying trees. Cutting the seed furrows is done by a cultivator implement using the scheme applied in nurseries for growing seedlings of the breed or other convenient scheme. For example, the distance between the centers of the furrows after the cultivation is 35-40 cm, that allows to provide further mechanized care procedures in space between furrows and mechanized digging of the ready planting stock. The seeds fall to the ground after flying out, the wind moves them away from the ridges and they are accumulated in pockets. Seeds of woody species (eg, maple, ash, etc..), maturing and flying away mostly in the fall and winter, are covered with snow in the pockets of seed furrows and are going through stratification naturally. They are not subject to decay, quickly germinate in the spring after the snow melts and the effective temperatures rise  and give mass shoots, which use the most of the soil surface spring moisture and doesn’t need any watering during the growing season. Seeds of woody species (eg, elm), maturing in May after the seeding area, need the spray irrigation for germination and seedling emergence in dry years. Precipitation of warm period in Kalmykia falls as cloudburst mainly in May or early June, that provides a simultaneous seed germination and subsequent growth of self-seeding.

Ordering the natural seeding in the open seed furrows creates the conditions for a further mechanized cares between the rows of seedlings, and manual weeding is carried out in rows during the growing season before the closing of the seedlings, ie the technology of cultivation of planting stock according to the proposed method is similar to the common in nurseries after shoots appearing. Furthermore, the presence of forest seed belts while using such technology of planting stock growing helps to improve microclimatic conditions of the process of growing: in the winter, it helps to evenly distribute snow in spaces between belts, and in the summer, it helps to reduce the wind speed and reduce the physical evaporation from the soil surface. But the planting stock is produced in standard sizes already in the first year in excess of 1.5-2 times the planned output for growing it in a nursery.

The spaces between rows are formed by cutting and uprooting inner rows while leaving rows of seed trees on the margins in order to use fruiting adult multi-row plantings as seed sites.

In addition, the seed plant bands are created by planting young seed plants or by vegetative progeny of plus trees to avoid cross-pollination with undesirable forms in sense of breeding and for the mass reproduction of promising sustainable forms. Also such plantings are put away from other plants of the breed or related species (for Siberian elm away from its sibbing smooth-leaved elm, hybrid forms with which are highly subject to Dutch disease). Thus, an analog of permanent seed area is obtained (PLSU), but the intermediate operations of the collection and sowing seeds in such "PPLSU - nurseries" are removed.

Plus trees of the Siberian elm were selected by shape of the crown and trunk (habitus), the type of lateral branches origin from the axial trunk. Usually Siberian elm is characterised by sympodial growth of the axial trunk with thick lateral branches at acute angle of divergence from the trunk. The large branches of the Siberian elm are often subjected to breaking in the winter during glazed frost due to such type of branching. They accumulate a large amount of ice, that exceeds the weight of branches themselves in 25-30 times. However, as in our case with the plus tree shown in Fig. 1, there are instances with monopodial like shaft growing. Such trees have thin side branches with plagiotropic like location to the trunk and therefore the probability of ice-breaking is minimal.

Fig. 1. Abundantly fruitful plus-tree of the siberian elm at the age of 40 years on the homestead of the Arshan' Zelmen science station ILAN RAS. Left - it is in the leafy state; right - the trunk and branches after leaf-off.

The seed plantation bands of monoecious plants (eg elm) are formed by 1-2 rows, and in dioecious (eg ash) by 3 rows to ensure optimal conditions for wind blowing inside the bands and pollination of these plants. The ratio of male and female specimens in the forest belts made of ash-leaved maple, ash Pennsylvania varies roughly equal.

A system of seed plant bands, alternating with spaces between bands, is formed in order to organize necessary crop rotation of the planting stock growing. The width of the spaces between bands is selected differentially for each tree species, taking into account the wind regime of the area, the construction of seed plantation bands, their ventilation by, volatility and range expansion of winged seeds.

Fig. 2 schematically shows a cross section through a 3-row seed planting bands of the box elder aged 17 years and space between bands with width of 20 m, obtained by reconstruction of the 1st part of the wide multirow State Forest Belt Volgograd-Elista-Cherkessk at its 5-km stretch, which is located in Sarpinsky district of the Republic of Kalmykia.

Fig. 2. Schema of the belt permanent forest seed field-nursery-garden during sieving seeds under the influence of wind in space between bands. 1 - the seed furrow; 2 - ridges.

The inner rows of trees were cut down and uprooted, and margin 3-rowed seed bands were leaved. The sick and defective trees in them were removed, and the lower branches on the trunks of the left healthy trees were cleaned to a height of 1.5 m to improve ventilation of the  bands. We tried to uniform alternation in the ranks of female and male specimens while forming seed plant bands. The reserve of seeds per fruit-bearing (1,000 pcs) trees of one kilometer three-row band was about 10.9 million pcs. The both marging seed plantation bands seeded space between bands due to the periodic change of direction of the prevailing wind to the opposite, which is typical for dry steppe treeless areas of Kalmykia, therefore the area was seeded evenly. The bulk of the ash-leaved maple samaras seeds flyed out in the autumn during two months after their maturation at a wind speed of 10-15 m/s (wind gusts reached 24 m/s). The distance of the seed flow out was 60-100 m, with an average height of planting at 10-12 m and wind speed of 10 m/sec.

The extensive sowing furrows 15 cm deep with cultivator CPN-2.8 in the unit with MTZ-50 were prepared to make sure the uniform distribution of seeds per square of space between bands and streamlining their sieving on plowed to a depth of 40 cm and aligned by harrowing soil. The. Fig. 2 shows a diagram of the cross section of the seed furrow. The distance between the centers of the furrows (1) was 35-40 cm. Ridges (2) between the furrows are flat, that provided blowing the seeds with the wind to the seed furrow. Each linear meter of the seed furrow in this scheme of furrow location after seeding the area had an average of 60-80 units of seeds or 150-200 pcs per 1 m2, and in terms of 1 ha - 1.5-2 million pcs. seeds, while more than 200 kg of seed are spent for planting on 1 hectare in nurseries, or about 5 million. pcs. with a planned output of standard planting stock of 400 thousand seedlings.

Seeds in the furrows were left in the winter without soil sealing, which increased their dirt germination to 80-85%, as they were not virtually rot compared with the soil sealing technique, where groundwater germination did not exceed 65% due to the rotting of the seeds in the soil. The seeds of ash-leaved maple, past stratification in natural conditions, sprout shoots together and gave mass young growth in an amount of 140-180 units. per 1 m2 in early spring as soon as the snow melted and the surface of the soil warmed to 8-10 °. There were conducted 4 manual cares in space between rows with seedlings, consisted of removing weeds and loosening the soil during the growing season. By the fall the output of standard planting stock of ash-leaved maple, grown by the described manner was 800 thousand units/hectare at a cost of one thousand pieces of seedlings 315 rubles, or 2.5 times cheaper than the planting stock grown in nurseries in the usual way (calculated in 2008 prices) .

Fig. 3 shows a fragment of an alternative PPLSU-nursery with an annual self-seeding of the Siberian elm, which grew from seeds brought by the wind, in the pre-prepared furrows by the previously described techniques.

Fig.3. A Part of PLSU-nursery with an first year self-seeding of the siberian elm in 2009. The furrows prepared by cultivator can be seen, the wind brought the seeds into them from the wall of the forest.

 

Conclusion. The use of the proposed technology of growing planting stock of the anemochorous woody species in the open soil by natural seeding from growing trees provides compared to nurseries the following advantages:

  • - possibility of getting planting stock with high hereditary properties, the most adapted to local forest conditions;
  • - the availability and ease of work (in practice it is really to do in each region forestry);
  • - a significant reduction in the cost of cultivation of planting stock by eliminating some of the traditional processing methods used in nurseries (collecting seed from growing trees, clearing them from the impurities, warehousing, seedbed preparation and sowing of seeds in the soil);
  • - combination in a single process of seed production and cultivation of planting stock (creating seed plant bands from offspring of plus trees as substitutes for forest seed plots);
  • - the mass reproduction of promising sustainable forms;
  • - eliminates the capital and operating costs for the resettlement of large nurseries and their functioning;

This will significantly improve the quality of planting stock grown and created out of it forest crops and reduce their cost at times.

 

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«Уважаемые авторы! Полностью разделяю мнение о ней М.В. Никонова! Правда, и при ручной высадке семян растений проследить каким будет новая стадия развития этого чуда Природы очень сложно, как и при посеве семян с её помощью, так тщательно описанной в этой статье. Однако абсолютно уверена, что на подготовленной с Вашей помощью почве всходы семян деревьев будут и дружнее и мощнее. Иногда у меня даже создается впечатление, что для хорошей жизни какого-либо представителя живого мира, ему просто необходимо иметь поблизости от себя сразу несколько таких же или подобных ему существ. Желаю здоровья крепкого и дружной плодотворной работы в дальнейшем. С уважением Телепнева Л.Г. P.S. Буду рада, если Вы прочтете послесловие к моей статье на этой конференции и примете участие в оценке других моих работ по этой тематике, но напечатанных в других журналах и сборниках».

Костин Максим Валериевич

Спасибо Всем за интерес, проявленный к нашей работе. Уважаемые Галина Захаровна и Михаил Васильевич! Помимо того, что создание защитных лесных насаждений на тяжелых комплексных почвах Калмыкии дело достаточно трудоемкое и высоко затратное, это осложняется отсутствием адаптированного к этим условиям посадочного материала в необходимом количестве. Проблема промышленного лесного питомниководства характерна для всего степного юга России. Практически отсутствуют питомники, за исключением редких инициатив работников лесничеств. Крупный лесной питомник в п. Кетченеры Республики Калмыкия все еще недостаточно развит. Лесосеменные плантации занимают небольшие площади и, чаще всего, мало продуктивны. К примеру, клоновая лесосеменная плантация лиственницы сибирской, созданная в 80-ых годах прошлого века на южных черноземах Новоаннинского лесничества Волгоградской области, в настоящее время находится в очень хорошем состоянии, плодоносит, шишки есть, но семена в них не завязываются. Учитывая эти обстоятельства и очень низкую лесистость южных степных регионов (2,5-7,0%), использование нашей технологии могло бы существенно облегчить лесоводам их работу и, таким образом, увеличить лесопокрытую площадь засушливых территорий. Применяемые в этом случае в качестве маточника плодоносящие жизнеспособные насаждения анемохорных пород самим своим долговременным существованием и здоровым внешним видом уже доказывают свою приспособленность к чужеродным для них условиям местопроизрастания. С уважением М.В. Костин.

Gontar Valentina

Статья представляет прекрасное исследование и имеет большое практическое значение. Прекрасно иллюстрированное исследование и текст позволяют оценить возможности предложенной технологии и экономический эффект. Исследование имеет большое практическое значение

Химич Галина Захаровна

Тема представляет определённый интерес. Авторы рассматривают перспективность такого технологического процесса как выращивание сеянцев из дичков для лесополос Калмыкии. Несомненно это менее затратно и значительно проще, нежели использование для этих целей питомников. Однако непонятно, как как возможно установить в этом случае высокие наследственные свойства посадочного материала.Быть может это предположение авторов, но это надо проверять. Может быть имеется ввиду более высокая степень адаптации дичков в сравнении с посевным методом в питомниках.Тем не менее для определённых климатических зон предлагаемая авторами технология имеет право жить. Успеха Вам! С уважением Г.З.Химич.

Никонов Михаил Васильевич

Уважаемые Максим и Вадим! В лесокультурной практике России имеется опыт использования дичков, т.е. посадочного материала, выкапываемого в естественных условиях на заросших сельхозугодьях, линейных объектов, прогалинах. В какой-то мере предлагаемая Вами технология может быть использована для получения посадочного материала. Вызывает некоторые сомнения возможность получения посадочного материала с улучшенными наследственными свойствами, из-за сложности контроля за процессом. Однако, тема интересная и заслуживает одобрения. Желаю Вам дальнейших творческих успехов. С уважением М.В. Никонов
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