ANSI has reaffirmed the A300 Part 6 Planting and Transplanting standard. Reaffirmation means that no substantive changes are being made to the current document. TCIA and the A300 Committee have extensively reviewed the ANSI A300 (Part 6)-2012 Planting and Transplanting standard and believe that it is still valid without making substantive changes.
ANSI A300 (Part 6)-2012 Planting and Transplanting (r2018) can be ordered through TCIA’s online store.
ANSI A300 documents provide standard definitions and tree care management standards for all aspects of tree health management, including pruning, utility pruning, soil management and fertilization, tree support structures, tree management and preservation during construction and land use, tree planting and transplanting, integrated vegetation management for utility rights-of-way, and tree risk assessment. TCIA serves as the secretariat for the ANSI A300 series of Standards for Tree Care Management Operations (ANSI A300 Parts 1 through 10). A300 standards are written by the ANSI-accredited A300 Committee.