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Chemical composition of five deciduous tree species in four-year-old, closely spaced plantations


Plant and Soil 54(3): 461-467
Chemical composition of five deciduous tree species in four-year-old, closely spaced plantations
Contents of N, P, K, Ca, Mg and Mn in aboveground components of five deciduous tree species were determined in closely-spaced 4-year-old plantations growing on a river terrace in the Ohio Valley region of western Kentucky (USA).

Accession: 001053688

DOI: 10.1007/bf02181838

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