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Home Publications Forest Nursery Notes 2007 Winter Forest Nursery Notes 2007 Winter Forest Nursery Notes - New Nursery Literature Response of Grafted Juglans nigra to Increasing Nutrient Availability: Growth, Nutrition, and Nutrient Retention in Root Plugs

Response of Grafted Juglans nigra to Increasing Nutrient Availability: Growth, Nutrition, and Nutrient Retention in Root Plugs

Salifu, K. F., Jacobs, D. F., Pardillo, G., and Schott, M. HortScience 41(6):1477-1480. 2006.

We examined growth and nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), potassium (K), and microelement nutrition of grafted black walnut (Juglans nigra L.) seedlings exposed to increasing nutrient supply and grown in the greenhouse for 18 weeks.


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Author(s): K. Francis Salifu, Douglass F. Jacobs, G. Pardillo, M. Schott

Section: Fertilization and Nutrition

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