Competition for water and nutrients in forests

@inproceedings{Nambiar1993CompetitionFW,
  title={Competition for water and nutrients in forests},
  author={E. K. Sadanandan Nambiar and Roger Sands},
  year={1993}
}
Competition for water and nutrients between trees and other vegetation is discussed using examples from the interactions between tree and weeds in production forests, and trees and pasture in agroforestry systems. Production and economic viability of plantation forests are dependent upon sound weed management practices. Competition for water and nutrients by a plant is registered as a water deficit or a nutrient deficit. Plant responses to competition are similar to those for coping with water… CONTINUE READING

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