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Effect of some establishment practices on early growth of Eucalyptus tereticornis (Smith) on poor quality soils of foot-hills of northern India



Effect of some establishment practices on early growth of Eucalyptus tereticornis (Smith) on poor quality soils of foot-hills of northern India



Indian Journal of Forestry 13(3): 179-185



Eucalyptus tereticornis seedlings planted on the light textured alluvial soils of the foothills of northern India suffer heavy casualties during the establishment stage due to the low nutrient content and water holding capacity of these poor quality soils. Moisture stress during the erratic monsoon, the cold winter and hot dessicating summer conditions aggravate the establishment problems.

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