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Pre-plant incorporation of nitrogen fertilizer to spring- and fall-planted bareroot Scotch pine



Pre-plant incorporation of nitrogen fertilizer to spring- and fall-planted bareroot Scotch pine



Scientia Horticulturae 45(1): 175-180



Nitrogen (56, 112 or 224 kg N ha-1) was applied as ammonium nitrate or urea formaldehyde before planting Pinus sylvestris seedlings in the fall and spring. Controls received no fertilization. Survival and growth were measured. There were significant effects of N fertilization on surivival. Higher levels of N resulted without increased growth.

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Accession: 062121995

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DOI: 10.1016/0304-4238(90)90080-x


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