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Dependence of stand composition and yield on the soil conditions in forests of the southern taiga

, : Dependence of stand composition and yield on the soil conditions in forests of the southern taiga. Lesovodstvo, Lesnye Kul' tury i Pochvovedenie: 125-131

Studies were made on 8 plots in the Leningrad region in an attempt to relate stand composition and yield to the physical and chemical properties of the soils. The stands were pure Picea abies or various mixtures of P. abies with Pinus sylvestris, Larix sukaczewii, and broadleaves. The results indicate the importance of the content of P and K in the parent materials, and the level of the water table.

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