Establishment treatments affect the relationships among nutrition , productivity and competing vegetation of loblolly pine saplings on a Gulf Coastal Plain site

@inproceedings{Sword1998EstablishmentTA,
  title={Establishment treatments affect the relationships among nutrition , productivity and competing vegetation of loblolly pine saplings on a Gulf Coastal Plain site},
  author={Mary Anne Sword and Allan Em Tiarks and James D. Haywood},
  year={1998}
}
After cultural treatments such as site preparation, release and fertilization, changes in the supply of mineral nutrients relative to each other and shifts in the composition of vegetation may have a delayed effect on the nutrition, carbon partitioning and growth of forest trees. This study was conducted to evaluate the influence of early management options that control vegetation and fertility on the nutrition and productivity of a young loblolly pine (Pinus tardu L.) plantation on a… CONTINUE READING

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