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Humus development in environmentally-stressed stands near Hamburg

Humus development in environmentally-stressed stands near Hamburg

Forstarchiv 53(2): 46-51

In 1981, observations were made of soil pH, mineral contents, fauna, structure, and root system development, in soil profiles under oak, Scots pine, and Norway spruce stands in Hamburg municipal forests; results were compared with observations made in 1950. Decreases in soil pH of up to 0.7 units were observed, except in mineral soil at one site which had been given Ca treatment in the 1950's.

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