Tree transplanting simply means changing a plant’s location from one place to another. Transplanting would usually start with the seedling planted in optimal conditions, probably in a greenhouse or a nursery bed. Once the plant is matured enough, it is then moved from it’s former location to the outdoor. Before this is done though, a proper study of the soil, weather, and climate is done in order to avoid the death of the plant. We are also skilled in the process of transplanting to ensure the healthy growth of plants all around. We have knowledge that pertains to the health of plants and the location it’s meant to be once it matures. Here are some reasons why you might prefer to transplant.
Using the transplanting method meant uniformity among sprouts. Placing plants in favorable conditions and giving them the same amount of space gives them freedom over nutrients, unlike direct seeding where seedlings struggle with one another for nutrients. This healthy conditions give the plants more than enough nutrients to grow. Also, this uniformity gives the plant good export quality (depending on the kind of crop being cultivated). There are certain plants that might not be able to survive if they go through direct seeding, plants like onions.
Weather And Climate Change
Plants might find it difficult to adapt to the weather and climate at a very young stage which sometimes causes the untimely death of the young plant. In scenarios like this, it’s best to utilize the transplanting method. Young seedlings are nurtured in the best conditions required for them to grow and reach moderate maturity after which they will be released to the outside world. At this stage, they are old enough to withstand weather instabilities. Trees nurtured this way have higher chances of survival compared with a direct seedling. This kind of nurturing gives the seedling a headstart and prepares it for the outdoors.
You may not think so but transplanting reduces the cost of crop growth and maintenance. Due to the organized and precise placement of plants, the application of water and pesticide is minimal and accurate compared to the outdoor style. Water and pesticide are properly managed and due to the close range, reaching all plants will prove easy. This early nurturing stage also increases the chances of the plant's survival, leaving the cultivator to bear almost no loss at all. Once allowed to grow on actual land, picking it up from there will be relatively easier.
Using the transplant method will definitely cause weed reduction as these plants are properly treated and watered. Due to the constant use of herbicides, around them, it’s almost impossible for weed to grow out of nowhere. The enclosed space will also make it very easy to spot weed and take immediate uprooting steps if necessary; weeds will definitely share nutrients with the seedlings, uprooting them is also an option.