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Response of thinned lodgepole pine after fertilization



Response of thinned lodgepole pine after fertilization



Research Note, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service (PNW-335): 6



A further account of trials in Oregon. Significant increases in vol., b.a. and stem growth continued during the second 4-yr period (1975-78) after initial application of N, P and S at 600, 300 and 90 lb/acre respectively. Ht. growth was also significantly increased although it had been n.s.d. during the first 4-yr period.

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