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Effect of fall-applied nitrogen on growth, nitrogen storage, and frost hardiness of bareroot Larix olgensis seedlingsAuthor(s): Guolei Li; Yong Liu; Yan Zhu; Qingmei Li; R. Kasten Dumroese
Source: Silva Fennica. 46(3): 345-354.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionNursery response of evergreen trees to fall fertilization has been studied widely, but little attention has been given to deciduous trees. Bareroot Olga Bay larch (Larix olgensis Henry) seedlings were fertilized in the nursery with urea at four rates (0, 30, 60, 90 kg N ha-1), with half of each rate applied on two dates (September 16 and October 1, 2009). The seedlings were excavated for evaluation on October 15. In the unfertilized (control) treatment, root and shoot dry mass increased by 100% and 57% respectively, while N concentration in the roots and shoots increased by 43% and 40% during the 30 day period. This indicated that substantial biomass growth during this period did not lead to internal nutrient dilution.
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CitationLi, Guolei; Liu, Yong; Zhu, Yan; Li, Qingmei; Dumroese, R. Kasten. 2012. Effect of fall-applied nitrogen on growth, nitrogen storage, and frost hardiness of bareroot Larix olgensis seedlings. Silva Fennica. 46(3): 345-354.
Keywordsdeciduous trees, fall fertilization, frost hardiness, Olga Bay larch
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