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A New Sand-Culture Apparatus for Tree Nutrition ResearchAuthor(s): B. G. Blackmon; N. E. Linnartz
Source: LSU Forestry Note AESRR-FN-92. Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University & A & M College, School of Forestry and Wildlife Management. 4 p.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication (MISC)
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DescriptionResearch in tree nutrition often necessitates the use of rather large-scale installations of sand-culture equipment. The apparatus described below was developed during the course of experiments at Louisiana State University and provided daily irrigation to 102 culture units of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) for a period of 10 months. This apparatus is a modification of the one devised by Gauch and Wadleigh (1943), but some aspects of the system are thought to be original.
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CitationBlackmon, B. G.; Linnartz, N. E. 1970. A New Sand-Culture Apparatus for Tree Nutrition Research. LSU Forestry Note AESRR-FN-92. Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University & A & M College, School of Forestry and Wildlife Management. 4 p.
Keywordssand culture, Gauch, Wadleigh
- Loblolly pine: the ecology and culture of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.)
- Intensive management of loblolly pine during establishment influences nutrition and productivity through 15 growing seasons
- Determination of loblolly pine response to cultural treatments based on soil class, base productivity, and competition level
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