Seasonal branch and fine root growth of juvenile loblolly pine five growing seasons after fertilization.

@article{Sword1996SeasonalBA,
  title={Seasonal branch and fine root growth of juvenile loblolly pine five growing seasons after fertilization.},
  author={Mary Anne Sword and Dennis A. Gravatt and Patricia L. Faulkner and Jim L. Chambers},
  journal={Tree physiology},
  year={1996},
  volume={16 11_12},
  pages={899-904}
}
In 1989, we established two replications of two fertilization treatments in a 10-year-old loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) plantation. Between March and September 1993, branch internode and needle fascicle expansion in the upper and lower third of crowns were measured weekly on three south-facing branches of each of four trees, and new root initiation and elongation were measured at 10-day intervals in three vertical rhizotrons per plot. In one replication, soil water content was measured daily… CONTINUE READING
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