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Home Publications Nutrient Dynamics of Planted Forests Juvenile Stand Nutrition Effect of harvest residue management on nutrient cycling and tree growth in a young loblolly pine plantation

Effect of harvest residue management on nutrient cycling and tree growth in a young loblolly pine plantation

Objective: Investigate the potential to use forest logging residues incorporated into the soil during site preparation to enhance soil quality, promote short- and long-term net ecosystem productivity or carbon sequestration.


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Author(s): Chris A. Maier, Kurt H. Johnsen, Philip Dougherty, Steve Patterson, Jessica Tisdale

Publication: Nutrient Dynamics of Planted Forests - Juvenile Stand Nutrition

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