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The effect of unbalanced nitrogenous fertilizing on the nutrition of pine trees in the forest nursery. V. Effect of fertilizing on the uptake of magnesia.



The effect of unbalanced nitrogenous fertilizing on the nutrition of pine trees in the forest nursery. V. Effect of fertilizing on the uptake of magnesia.



Sborn. Csl. Akad. Zemed, 12: 547-557



Mg content of the needles of pines receiving NaNO3, (NH4)2SO4 or Ca(NO3)2 was determined.

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