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Nutrient distribution in young apple trees in relation to the nitrogen nutrition level. I. Major element content and ratio in tree organs



Nutrient distribution in young apple trees in relation to the nitrogen nutrition level. I. Major element content and ratio in tree organs



Pochvoznanie i Agrokhimiya 13(4): 10-19



N, P, Ca, K and Mg contents and ratios were determined in the roots, trunk, branches, shoots, leaves and fruits of the apple Golden Delicious grown on M.7 or M.4 rootstocks and receiving basal PK and 100 or 400 mg N/kg soil. The results are tabulated and discussed.

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