Stem tissue phosphorus as an index of the phosphorus status of Banksia ericifolia L. f.

@article{Parks2004StemTP,
  title={Stem tissue phosphorus as an index of the phosphorus status of Banksia ericifolia L. f.},
  author={Stephen E. Parks and Anthony M. Haigh and G. C. Cresswell},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2004},
  volume={227},
  pages={59-65}
}
  • Stephen E. Parks, Anthony M. Haigh, G. C. Cresswell
  • Published in Plant and Soil 2004
  • Biology
  • The effects of P fertilizer rate on shoot growth and the total P concentration of the whole shoot, new and mature leaves, symptom leaves and stems of Banksia ericifolia L. f., a P-sensitive species, were investigated in a six month greenhouse pot experiment. Shoot dry weight of plants growing in an Australian sedge peat, coarse sand and perlite potting mix (1:1:1) increased with up to 100 mg P L−1 supplied as a six month controlled release P (0:18:0) fertilizer, but was reduced by toxicity at… CONTINUE READING

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