The effect of acidification on the mineral nutrition of Scots Pine seedlings of rendzina soils

Riispere, A.

Metsanduse Tead. Uurim. Lab. Metsandusl. Uurim., Tallinn. 5, 164-81

1967


Accession: 014729539

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Abstract
Studies were made in 1964-65 on potted seedlings of Scots Pine. The addition of H2SO4, to rendzina soils increased the availability of nutrients by increasing the solubility of P, K, Ca and Mg, and the high natural organic content of these soils obviated the possible unfavourable effects of acidification (an excessively high concentration of ions in the soil solution and the formation of poorly available Fe and Al phosphates).