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Effect of soil management practices in a forest tree nursery on soil properties and on loblolly pine seedlings



Effect of soil management practices in a forest tree nursery on soil properties and on loblolly pine seedlings



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Methyl bromide treatments did not affect germination or development. Sawdust applications reduced shoot/root ratios and increased pH, organic content and cation-exchange capacity of the soil. Green manuring increased percentage of plantable seedlings and survival of out-planted stock. Soil organic content fell if green manure or sawdust were omitted. Original available P level was not maintained by 450 lb/acre P2O5; 160 lb K2O maintained available K at 70 ppm.

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