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Magnitude and duration of growth and wood quality responses to phosphorus and nitrogen in thinned Pinus radiata in southern Western Australia

, : Magnitude and duration of growth and wood quality responses to phosphorus and nitrogen in thinned Pinus radiata in southern Western Australia. Australian Forestry 66(3): 223-230

The responses to phosphorus (P) and nitrogen (N) following thinning were investigated in a first-rotation Pinus radiata plantation on an ex-native forest site in southern Western Australia. A factorial P x N trial with up to 360 kg P ha-1 and 540 kg N ha-1 was used to monitor tree growth for 10 years after application of fertilizer. The primary deficiency was P, as there was no response to N in the absence of P.


DOI: 10.1080/00049158.2003.10674916

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