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Effect of restricted watering and its combination with root pruning on root growth capacity, water status and food reserves of Pinus caribaea var. hondurensis seedlings






Tree root systems and their mycorrhizas: 123-129

Effect of restricted watering and its combination with root pruning on root growth capacity, water status and food reserves of Pinus caribaea var. hondurensis seedlings

Seedlings were transplanted at 3 months old to covered nursery beds in Malaysia and subjected to 7 watering/root-pruning regimes in order to produce stock physiologically adapted to bare-root planting.

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