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THE INFLUENCE OF WATERLOGGING ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF FOUR AUSTRALIAN LANDSCAPE TREES

@article{Smith2001THEIO,
  title={THE INFLUENCE OF WATERLOGGING ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF FOUR AUSTRALIAN LANDSCAPE TREES},
  author={Karen D. Smith and P. May and G. Moore},
  journal={Journal of arboriculture},
  year={2001},
  volume={27}
}
An experiment was conducted to test the ability of recently planted trees to grow new roots under water- logged conditions and to recover from waterlogging. Corymbia maculata (spotted gum, syn. Eucalyptus macu- lata), Lophostemon conjertus (brush box), Platanus orientalis (oriental plane), and Platanus x acerifolia (London plane) were subjected to a period of waterlogging and then to a recovery phase after waterlogging had ceased. Root length was measured at the end of both the waterlogging and… Expand

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