The Effect of Supplying Nitrate at Different Seasons on the Growth, blossoming and Nitrogen Content of Young Apple Trees in Sand Culture

@inproceedings{Delap1967TheEO,
  title={The Effect of Supplying Nitrate at Different Seasons on the Growth, blossoming and Nitrogen Content of Young Apple Trees in Sand Culture},
  author={Anne V. Delap},
  year={1967}
}
SummaryYoung trees of Cox’s Orange Pippin on M.VII were grown in sand for three-years and given two seasons of treatments. Residual effects were studied in soil in the fourth year. The trees made little new growth in the third and. fourth years.Control trees received a continuous supply of complete nutrient solution containingi meq. NO3/1. (low-N). Other treatments received the’ same solution but the nitrate level was increased to 16 meq./l. in January-February and March (spring-N) or in May… CONTINUE READING