Effects of fertilization on the growth and development of a Japanese larch plantation in West Virginia
J. N. Kochenderfer, H. Clay Smith, Jerry T. Crews, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.)
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, 1995 - Nature - 8 pages
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acre Trees ammonium sulfate analysis of variance area 22.1 acres Average diameter average tree spacing Beginning in April central West Virginia channery silt loam class 1 trees codominant competing vegetation condition classes Table conifers deer browsing diameter growth different letters effects of fertilization evaluated after 9 fertilized and unfertilized Fertilized Unfertilized Fertilized Foliar and soil foliar samples followed by different followed by Tukey's growth and development Height Growth Japanese larch plantation Kochenderfer letters are significantly live trees Mean height means followed nine growing seasons number of live plant tissue pounds per acre RADNOR reported for coniferous samples were collected Sassafras significantly different soil samples species Leaf 1973 Standard error study area 22.1 Survival total basal area tree species Leaf trees had decreased trees in condition trees per acre Tukey's HSD test Unfertilized Fertilized Unfertilized unfertilized plots unfertilized sites unfertilized soils unfertilized trees Condition variance followed white pine