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Response of peach and apple trees to packet or tablet fertilization at planting



Response of peach and apple trees to packet or tablet fertilization at planting



Arkansas Farm Research 25(6): 2



In trials at several places peach and apple trees received packets containing 57 g of a N16P8K16 formulation or tablets containing 20 g of N20P8K4, buried close to the trees at planting, or conventional surface-applied fertilizer at 45 g N/tree/year. Data are presented on tree growth (as indicated by trunk diameter) and leaf nutrient element content in the first 3 years.

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