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Effects of mineral fertilization lupine undercropping and composition of tree species on the growth of young spruce picea abies



Effects of mineral fertilization lupine undercropping and composition of tree species on the growth of young spruce picea abies



Archiv fuer Acker- und Pflanzenbau und Bodenkunde 28(12): 763-768



Systematic and casual variants on the experimental areas in the Bermbach forest district [East Germany] allow to quantify the effect of the individual yield-increasing factors used in the Tharandt amelioration process. Each measure (nutrient supply, lupine undercropping, composition of tree species [Larix decidua, Pinus sylvestris, P. strobus, Alnus incana]) contributes to improve growth. The factors add to their effect. The yield per unit area increases at a tree age of 14 yr from 1.76 m3 .cntdot. ha-1 of trunk wood on the non-ameliorated subarea to 64.81 m3 .cntdot. ha-1 of trunk wood on the subarea treated with all the factors under review. The cancellation of any factor causes a decline in the amelioration effect.

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