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Eucalyptus response to mulch, irrigation and nutrients


, : Eucalyptus response to mulch, irrigation and nutrients. Annals of Forestry 1(2): 148-153

Polypot experiments were conducted with Eucalyptus seedlings in soil from New Forest, Dehra Dun, Uttar Pradesh, to assess the effects of mulch, fertilizing and moisture conditions on plant height and biomass production over 5 months. Application of mulch (pine needles at 500 g per plant) increased plant height by 24% and biomass by 10%.

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