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Effects of ectomycorrhizae and soil condition on growth of Pinus rigida seedlings



Effects of ectomycorrhizae and soil condition on growth of Pinus rigida seedlings



Journal of Korean Forestry Society (70): 45-54



Two-yr-old seedlings, inoculated with Pisolithus tinctorius or Thelephora terrestris or left untreated, were given 1 each of 2 moisture and 4 phosphate treatments (0, 50, 100 or 150 p.p.m. P). After 3 months, ht., root collar diam. and dry wt. were recorded and N, P and K concn. in tissue samples were analysed. High moisture treatment increased growth in root collar diam. to 2.7x that of the low moisture treatment.

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