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Graphical diagnoses of lodgepole pine response to fertilization



Graphical diagnoses of lodgepole pine response to fertilization



Soil Science Society of America Journal 46(6): 1280-1289



A combined use was made of "mini" plots and graphical analysis of shifts in nutrient concentration, unit fascicle weight, and nutrient content for needles grown in the first year following spring fertilizer application. Nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium were applied, in factorial design with five replications, to 17 precommercially thinned lodgepole pine stands in the interior of British Columbia.

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