Is toppling related to fertiliser history on sites with the same soil type?

Coxe, Ingleby; Menzies, Mike
May 2005
New Zealand Tree Grower;May2005, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p26
Presents an article about the relation between toppling and fertilizer history on sites with the same soil type. Evidence of the high incidents of toppling of pines on fertile farm sites; Comparison of plantings in terms of soil type, stock type and standard cuttings; Impact of fertilization history and toppling frequency.


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