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An investigation of the content and distribution of major nutrient elements in young mixed stands of Cunninghamia lanceolata and Michelia macclurei



An investigation of the content and distribution of major nutrient elements in young mixed stands of Cunninghamia lanceolata and Michelia macclurei



Journal of South China Agricultural University 11(4): 86-91



Since 1949, Cunninghamia lanceolata, a fast growing high quality timber tree, has been widely planted in the subtropical region of S. China on lower mountain and hilly sites. Continuous planting has resulted in declining soil fertility and growth rates. In many areas, experimental plantings have been introduced, but the nutrient requirements between species in young mixed stands has not been reported.

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