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Home Publications The Thin Green Line Maximizing Nutrient Storage in Nursery Culture to Promote Retranslocation and Growth of Outplanted Seedlings

Maximizing Nutrient Storage in Nursery Culture to Promote Retranslocation and Growth of Outplanted Seedlings

Newly outplanted seedlings depend highly on remobilization of internal nutrient reserves to support new growth because initial poor root soil contact, root restriction and slow development limit uptake from the soil (Burdett et al. 1984, Burdett 1990, Nambiar and Sands 1993).


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Author(s): K. Francis Salifu, Douglass F. Jacobs, Zonda K. D. Birge

Publication: The Thin Green Line

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