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 Live Stakes 

Using Live Stake as Planting Material 

 Vegetation cover is very crucial for both human and man life. It is common to find a bar that has been cleared by social or geographical disasters. Therefore, it is necessary to replace the vegetation lost to ensure the care of the environment. Live stake planting is one of the most efficient, cheaper, and more comfortable methods to which landowners can do that. Live stake planting involves a branch or a stem that comes from an incredibly fast-growing plant. These plants control soil erosion and also provide a natural habitat for animals. The success rate of this plant is very high.

 When these Live Stakes are taken care of, you are sure that there will be trees or vegetation shortly. 

 For this kind of plantation, the cuttings have a slant cut for easier planting at the bottom, and the branch has an angled shape. You can hammer into the ground in some situations though it is not a preferred method since it can easily damage the stem or the top part of the cutting. The technique quickly causes rotting of the cutting. For hard ground, you can use rebar to pilot holes in the setting. The rebar should be thinner than the actual stakes. After making holes on the soil, place Stakes about a half or 2/3 of the Stake is in the earth. It would be best to plant the Stake in a densely since some of the stakes might not survive. If possible, you can use triangular portions to ensure that there is uniformity. Random planting is also possible with the Stake by providing that there is one foot for a densely populated plantation. For a sparse planting, you can use three feet between the Stakes. The owner should plant Stake perpendicularly to the ground. If there is shade from the vegetation around, you must ensure that there is no too much shade, which will lead to Stake shedding leaves and die.

 You are supposed to plant on wet soil or ensure that there is enough water supply throughout the period before the leaves' emergence. Root development is the most active part of the first stages of the plants. An increase in the height of the plants is not visible; only a few leaves appear. Winter season becomes the best time to plant these stakes.

 When using Live Stake, there is no need to wait for seedlings to germinate than other plants. Areas that are greatly affected by erosion are best suited for live Stake since they are going to control the magnitude caused immediately. The Live Stake is free from pests and some diseases since the sellers have already checked these issues and arrested them. The Stakes are always available at all seasons of the year. The other benefit of using Stake is that they have a high growth rate, helping in faster vegetation development. There is of great importance for everybody to be concerned about the environment. The preferable source of these planting materials is Stakes since they come from a healthy plant in most cases.