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Nutrition and increment of Norway spruce in a long-term fertilizer trial on Bunter sandstone in the Black Forest



Nutrition and increment of Norway spruce in a long-term fertilizer trial on Bunter sandstone in the Black Forest



Forst und Holz 47(7): 181-185



Further observations are reported on a Norway spruce (Picea abies) stand in SW Germany which was treated with fertilizer in 1952 at age 66 yr. The treatments applied were carbonate of lime, Thomas phosphate, and calcium ammonium nitrate in various combinations. Data are presented on increment, soil chemistry, needle chemistry and litterfall up to 1988.

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