Response of English Oak (Quercus Robur L.) Trees to Biostimulants Application in the Urban Environment

@article{Ferrini2002ResponseOE,
  title={Response of English Oak (Quercus Robur L.) Trees to Biostimulants Application in the Urban Environment},
  author={Francesco Ferrini and Francesco Paolo Nicese},
  journal={Arboriculture \& Urban Forestry},
  year={2002}
}
The influence of two biostimulants on leaf gas exchanges and leaf characteristics of English oak (Quercus robur L.) was evaluated in a urban environment over two growing seasons. Trunk diameter and shoot growth were also monitored. Treatments included 1) control (no biostimulants); 2) Root Grow WP, a commercial hydrosoluble powder made of a mix of humic acids, marine algae, Yucca extracts, vitamins, amino acids, and nitrogen-fixing bacteria; and 3) Mycobacter DP, a commercial granular mix of… 

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