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Relationship between foliar nutrient concentrations and growth of hybrid larch (Larix x eurolepis Henry)


, : Relationship between foliar nutrient concentrations and growth of hybrid larch (Larix x eurolepis Henry). Forest Ecology and Management 63(2-3): 153-167

As part of a study of hybrid larch (Larix eurolepis) nutrient status in relation to field performance, concentrations of N, P, K, Ca and Mg were determined in foliage from 13-yr-old (from seed) larch trees growing on 15 sites in eastern (Ardennes, Alsace, Jura) and central France (Massif Central). Total height and girth at breast height were measured in order to estimate site index.

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