Determining Nutrient Requirements For Intensively Managed Loblolly Pine Stands Using the SSAND (Soil Supply and Nutrient Demand) Model

@inproceedings{Adegbidi2002DeterminingNR,
  title={Determining Nutrient Requirements For Intensively Managed Loblolly Pine Stands Using the SSAND (Soil Supply and Nutrient Demand) Model},
  author={Hector Guy Adegbidi and Nicholas Brain Comerford and Hui Li and Eric J. Jokela and Naisau Felix de Barros},
  year={2002}
}
Nutrient management represents a central component of intensive silvicultural systems that are designed to increase forest productivity in southern pine stands. Forest soils throughout the South are generally infertile, and fertilizers may be applied one or more times over the course of a rotation. Diagnostic techniques, such as foliar analysis and soil testing are available, yet have not been highly successful in identifying fertilizer responsive sites. In most cases recommendations, based on… CONTINUE READING

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