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Effect of forest vegetation on micronutrient content of Ninevah forest soils


, : Effect of forest vegetation on micronutrient content of Ninevah forest soils. Mesopotamia Journal of Agriculture 22(2): 93-104 (Ar)

Data are reported from 5 locations in Ninevah, Iraq, with different forest types. The major micronutrients (iron, zinc, manganese and copper) were determined (as available forms) in soil and tree leaves. Soils under forest generally had a greater micronutrient content than those in outer stand soil (determined at one location). Maximum values were under deciduous forest, with lower values under coniferous forest.

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