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Assessment of the nitrogen and phosphorus requirements of Shorea ovalis using sand culture



Assessment of the nitrogen and phosphorus requirements of Shorea ovalis using sand culture



Malaysian Forester 1988?; 48(3-4): 314-323



S. ovalis seedlings were supplied with nitrogen (as NH4NO3) and P (as NaH2PO4) in sol. from 4 months old under greenhouse conditions, at various dosages applied at intervals of 2-4 wk. Growth response at 8 months old (tabulated with shoot and root NP contents) showed a high N requirement estimated at 80 mg/plant per application. Opt.

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