Effects of irrigation of N fertilization on growth and structure of Pinus radiata stands between 10 and 29 years of age
Temporal change in stem volume, basal area, diameter, and height are reported for stands of Pinus radiata growing near Canberra, ACT, Australia between the ages of 10 and 29 years. The stands were subjected to either a single fertilization (F) at age 10 years, irrigation (I), irrigation after a single fertilization at age 10 years (IF), irrigation with continuous liquid fertilization (IL), or no treatment (Control (C)). At age 15 years all the stands were thinned. At the same time, irrigation...[Show more]
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