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Variability in growth potential of the radical in Quercus ilex, Pinus pinaster and P nigra according to test conditions

Variability in growth potential of the radical in Quercus ilex, Pinus pinaster and P nigra according to test conditions

Cuadernos De La Sociedad Espanola De Ciencias Forestales: , 225-230

The potential for root regeneration if one of the attributes of plant quality that is most often used to characterize batches of plants destined for reforestation purposes. This study evaluated the variability in root growth of nursery plants of <i>Quercus ilex</i> subsp. <i>ballota (Q. ilex</i> subsp. <i>rotundifolia), Pinus pinaster</i> and <i>P. nigra</i> subsp. <i>salzmannii (P. nigra</i> var. <i>cebennensis)</i> both in a conventional greenhouse and in a controlled growth chamber.

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