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Response of Yellow-Poplar seedlings to simulated drought



Response of Yellow-Poplar seedlings to simulated drought



US Forest Service Research Note, Southern Forest Experiment Station (SO-194): 3



Forty one-year-old potted seedlings of Liriodendron tulipifera in Tennessee were subjected to repeated cycles of 7, 14 or 21 days' drought, followed by watering to field capacity, from June 1970 to Oct. 1971. Diameter growth was best when soil-moisture tensions did not exceed 2 bars. At 4 bars, height growth and root development were inhibited and the seedlings wilted.

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