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Nutrient contents and distribution in young peach trees

Nutrient contents and distribution in young peach trees

Pochvoznanie i Agrokhimiya 14(2): 48-56

The concentrations of N, P, K, Ca, Mg, Fe and Mn in "Redhaven" peach trees growing in a meadow-cinnamomic soil decreased in the following order: flower buds > leaf buds > leaves > roots > bark > wood. The P:N and P:K ratios increased from the roots towards the leaves. In the first year of growth in a nursery at a density of 40,000 plants/ha, peach trees took up 360 kg of N, 68 kg of P2O5 and 30 kg of K2O.

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