Renewal of a tree crop by the natural occurrences of seeding, sprouting, suckering or layering.
The planned regeneration of a forest that either uses existing trees as a source of seed or encourages sprouting from stumps or roots.
The perpetuation of a tree or plant species without human interference, i.e. from seed suckering etc. rather than planting.
A management practice which utilizes naturally occurring tree propagules, such as seed, naturally occurring seedlings or volunteer growth, suckes, or coppice, for the renewal of stack in the forest or for reforestation after a harvesting operation. Natural regeneration is often enhanced by management activities, e.g. seedbed prepar4ation, supply of viable seed, etc. (Australia)
Regrowth of woodland through naturally occurring seedlings.
The process by which an area that has been harvested reforests itself through the spread of seed stock by remaining, adjacent or recently harvested trees.
The renewal of a forest or stand either by natural seeding or vegetative reproduction (stump or root sprouts) by trees on the site.
Forest regeneration by seed trees or other standing trees (cf. artificial regeneration)
A stand of trees grown from natural seed fall or sprouting.
renewed growth of plants occurring naturally rather than through planting
Tree reproduction obtained from seedlings originating by natural seeding or from sprouts.
A natural regrowth of seedlings after harvest or after a natural disturbance has occurred, such as a fire
The process of forest growth, with young plants sprouting from seeds that have been naturally dropped upon the soil.
seedlings from natural seeding or sprouts and other plants representing vegetative reproduction.
Young trees that originate from seed or sprouts of trees that do or did grow on the site.
the renewal of a forest stand by natural seeding, sprouting, suckering, or layering seeds may be deposited by wind, birds or mammals.
Process of vegetation succession typically involving the invasion of scrub and trees
The renewal of a tree crop by natural (as compared to human) means, i.e., seed on-site, from adjacent stands or brought in by wind, birds, animals.
Reforestation accomplished by seeding-in from adjacent trees or sprouts from the stumps or roots of harvested trees. The process may include site preparation to provide a suitable seedbed. Also see “Artificial regeneration,” “Reforest,” and “Site preparation.
Regeneration of existing woodland by natural means, i.e. without sowing or planting
Trees growing from seeds spread by wind, birds or other natural means
A stand that regenerates without the assistance of human intervention, either by seeding in or by coppice growth.
The growth of new trees in one of the following ways without human assistance: (a) from seeds carried by wind or animals, (b) from seeds stored on the forest floor, or (c) from stumps that sprout.
Forestry Operations and Water Quality] [ Forest Stewardship] Renewal of the forest achieved either by natural seeding or from the vegetative reproduction of the plants on the site.
Young seedlings that have arisen from seed falling from trees nearby, either as a direct response to specific forest management, or by natural seeding. Very often just referred to as 'regeneration' but technically this includes artificial regeneration as well, i.e. planting.