Individual Responses to Annual Application of Different Mineral Fertilizers in Species of the Herbaceous–Dwarf Shrub Layer in a Southern Taiga Birch Forest

Abstract

The species studied individually responded to different forms of mineral fertilizers introduced into the soil. Some species positively responded to the application of one nutrient (Easter-bell starwort, millet grass, and bilberry) or several nutrients (wood sorrel and hairy wood rush), whereas other species responded negatively.

DOI: 10.1023/A:1009557612982

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@article{Tatarnikov2004IndividualRT, title={Individual Responses to Annual Application of Different Mineral Fertilizers in Species of the Herbaceous–Dwarf Shrub Layer in a Southern Taiga Birch Forest}, author={D. V. Tatarnikov}, journal={Russian Journal of Ecology}, year={2004}, volume={32}, pages={6-11} }