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Response of thinned, immature lodgepole pine to nitrogen fertilization: three-year growth response



Response of thinned, immature lodgepole pine to nitrogen fertilization: three-year growth response



FRDA Report Victoria, BC ( 036): iv + 37 pp.



N fertilizer was applied as urea at 0, 100 and 200 kg/ha to 0.06- to 0.09-ha circular plots at 11 sites in 18- to 25-yr-old lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta) stands in interior British Columbia which had regenerated naturally after wildfire. Growth response was analysed on an individual-tree basis and an area basis.

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