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Effect of site on regrowth of forest nursery plants






Verbondsnieuws 44(15): 24

Effect of site on regrowth of forest nursery plants

A study was carried out in Belgium with young Picea abies (2/0), and Acer campestre, Carpinus betulus, Fagus sylvatica and Quercus robur (all 1/0). Plants were lifted from the nursery in December 1998, and stored for 3 months at -2 degrees C. Half of the plants were subjected to drought stress by storing them during the first 24 h after lifting in a barn. Plants were planted out in April 1999 on an irrigated + fertilized plot and a control plot (no irrigation or fertilizer).


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