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Home Publications The Thin Green Line Root-Zone Electrical Conductivity Monitoring for Nutrient Loading and Spiking of Container Tree Seedlings

Root-Zone Electrical Conductivity Monitoring for Nutrient Loading and Spiking of Container Tree Seedlings

Container planting stock is commonly reared in small plugs or cells with limited substrate volume relatively low in buffer potential and nutrient reserves.


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Author(s): V. R. Timmer, Y. Teng, Douglass F. Jacobs

Publication: The Thin Green Line

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