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Platanus orientalis fraxinus oxycarpa and acer campestre seedlings growth depending on intensity of simulated soil drying up



Platanus orientalis fraxinus oxycarpa and acer campestre seedlings growth depending on intensity of simulated soil drying up



Gorskostopanska Nauka 20(3): 3-9



Container experiments were carried out by the method of Loftus. Differences in the soil moisture were realized by sprinkling of seedlings up to full field moisture capacity at intervals of 14, 21 and 30 days and a regular sprinkling of the control seedlings. At the end of the experiment data are collected for the height, diameter, root system, leaves and stem and root weight of the different species and varieties of seedlings. The seedlings of these species responded in a different manner to the change of the soil moisture. At a duration of the soil drying up of 21 and 30 days the weight of seedling phytomass of P. orientalis L. decreases with 78 to 81%, F. oxycarpa Willd. with 52 to 58% and A. campestre L. with 14 to 43% in relation to control seedlings. P. orientalis L. and F. oxycarpa Willd. are slightly drought-resistant but A. campestre L. is a drought-resistant species.

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