Nitrogen fertilizing in Scots Pine stands of medium age (II) . (Needle analyses in the first year after 3-years N fertilizing)

Hohne, H.; Fiedler, H.J.

Arch. Forstw 16(4): 333-55

1967


Accession: 014577181

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cf. F.A. 27 No. 3907.) Needles on fertilized trees continued to be heavier and longer, and to show higher nutrient contents per 100 needles, than those of untreated controls, but % values of N, P and Ca tended to be lower than in the previous year. Needles on terminal shoots and top whorls tended to have higher weights and nutrient contents than needles from shoots within the crown.