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Soil Nutrient Supply Rates as an Indicator of Site Suitability and Seedling Growth Requirements

There is a stigma attached to conventional soil testing methodologies within the forest industry and for good reason; the nutrient availability data provided are poorly correlated with seedling nutrient uptake and growth during the early establishment phase (Pritchett and Fisher 1987).


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Author(s): R. D. Hangs, K. J. Greer, K. C. J. Van Rees

Publication: The Thin Green Line

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