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Experiment on four kinds of fertilizers used in fixed plots of young bamboo seedlings of Ph. pubescens



Experiment on four kinds of fertilizers used in fixed plots of young bamboo seedlings of Ph. pubescens



Journal of Bamboo Research 6(4): 41-54



Rapeseed residues (containing N, P and K) were the most effective in promoting bamboo growth, followed by SiO2, CO(NH2)2 and KH2PO4, in order.

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