Growth, biomass, leaf area and water-use efficiency of juvenile Pinus radiata in response to water deficits

@article{Waghorn2015GrowthBL,
  title={Growth, biomass, leaf area and water-use efficiency of juvenile Pinus radiata in response to water deficits},
  author={Matthew J Waghorn and David Whitehead and Michael S. Watt and Euan G. Mason and Jonathan J. Harrington},
  journal={New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science},
  year={2015},
  volume={45},
  pages={1-11}
}
As the frequency and severity of drought events are expected to increase globally, drought-induced reductions in plantation productivity are likely to become more important. Such reductions will be of concern to forest managers looking to improve forest productivity during the establishment and initial growth phases of plantation-grown Pinus radiata D. Don… CONTINUE READING