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The effects of restricted volumes of soil on the growth and development of street trees


Journal of Arboriculture 17(3): 57-63
The effects of restricted volumes of soil on the growth and development of street trees
Dimensions of a planting hole necessary to meet the needs of a tree can be estimated, based on water balance and nitrogen supply. Recent research is summarized and examples used to illustrate the calculations, including surveys of canal-side or street trees in the Netherlands (e.g. Dutch elm, Ulmus X hollandica and poplar Populus X euramericana 'Heidemij'.


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