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Establishment techniques and early growth of eucalypt seedlings on a high elevation grass site in Tasmania



Establishment techniques and early growth of eucalypt seedlings on a high elevation grass site in Tasmania



Tasforests 5: 63-75



The effects of various establishment techniques on early growth and survival of Eucalyptus nitens and E. delegatensis were evaluated on a high altitude (870 m) Poa grass site in northern Tasmania. The most successful cultivation treatment was scalping (to remove grass) and ripping to a depth of 500 mm. Fertilizing with nitrogen and phosphorus at 25 and 11 g P per tree, respectively, produced a large growth response.

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