F. B. Flower

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Rooted-cuttings and saplings of green ash (Fraxinus lanceolata) and hybrid poplar (Populus spp) were planted on a former municipal refuse landfill and on a nearby nonlandfill control plot. The root systems of four trees of each species and size were excavated on the landfill plot-two growing in an area where the concentrations of anaerobic landfill gases(More)
The authors furnish a much needed evaluation of woody plant growth on landfills, supporting many lesser-known aspects of vegetation and tree death rates. The article is seminal on the topic of limited definitive research. The discussion of soil characteristics affecting tree growth emphasizes the significance of soil density, depth, moisture, and nutrient(More)
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