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Estimating the vitality of Norway spruce in relation to nutrition, increment and needle loss


Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen 142(8): 671-688
Estimating the vitality of Norway spruce in relation to nutrition, increment and needle loss
Increment cores and needle samples were taken from old Norway spruce (Picea abies) on 3 sites in Switzerland, and analyses made to determine relations between growth ring widths, foliar nutrient contents, and crown condition as estimated by needle loss. The results indicate that these relationships do not remain constant.


Accession: 002373045



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