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Effects of stump-planting and fertilization on growth and survival of narra (Pterocarpus vidalianus Rolfe)

, : Effects of stump-planting and fertilization on growth and survival of narra (Pterocarpus vidalianus Rolfe). Sylvatrop 5(1): 67-72

Fertilizing with ammonium sulfate did not improve the survival or diameter and height growth of bare rooted narra seedlings planted in the Magat Experimental Forest, Philippines.

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