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Effect of site preparation method on growth of Eucalyptus deglupta on marshland soil

, : Effect of site preparation method on growth of Eucalyptus deglupta on marshland soil. Ciencia y Tecnica en la Agricultura, Mecanizacion de la Agriculturarecd 1984; 4(2): 57-63

A study was made in Cuba in 1979-1981 comparing planting of E. deglupta seedlings at a spacing of 2.5x1.0 m (a) in furrows made by a PKLN-500 A plough or (b) in planting holes.

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