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Effect of grass m competition and depth to water table on height growth of coniferous g tree seedlings pinus danksiana g pinus resinosa g picea glauca g picea mariana g



Effect of grass m competition and depth to water table on height growth of coniferous g tree seedlings pinus danksiana g pinus resinosa g picea glauca g picea mariana g



Ecology (Washington D C) 49(4): 597-603




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