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Chemical composition of soil, leaves and fruits in samples from sweet cherry orchards in Ullensvang, Western Norway


, : Chemical composition of soil, leaves and fruits in samples from sweet cherry orchards in Ullensvang, Western Norway. Meldinger fra Norges Landbrukshogskole 61(21): 15

Analyses are presented for 20 orchards of the cherry cvs Emperor Francis and Van sampled in 1980. Average leaf contents, as % dry matter, were 2.63% N, 0.29% P, 1.81% K, 1.38% Ca and 0.42% Mg; Mn and Zn contents were 84 and 31 p.p.m. of dry matter, respectively. Leaves of Van contained more N, P, Ca, Mg and Mn but less K and Zn than those of Emperor Francis. Soil and leaf contents of P and Mg were high but K, Ca and pH levels were below optimum; leaf N was optimum.

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