Response of Douglas-fir seedlings to nitrogen, sulfur, and phosphorus fertilizers by M. A. Radwan

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in [Portland, OR] .

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  • Douglas fir -- Seedlings -- Fertilizers.,
  • Nitrogen fertilizers.,
  • Sulphur fertilizers.,
  • Phosphatic fertilizers.

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Other titlesResponse of Douglas fir seedlings to nitrogen, sulfur, and phosphorus fertilizers.
StatementM.A. Radwan and J.S. Shumway.
SeriesUSDA Forest Service research paper PNW -- 346., Research paper PNW -- 346.
ContributionsShumway, John S., Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)
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Pagination14 p. :
Number of Pages14
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Open LibraryOL15349142M

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Effects of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization on Douglas-fir nursery growth and survival after outplanting Article in Canadian Journal of Forest Research 10(1) · February with 26 Reads. Three-year growth response of young Douglas-fir to nitrogen, calcium, phosphorus, and blended fertilizers in Oregon and Washington.

Fertilization response estimates, how much. what is it worth. what does it mean. / ([Olympia?]: State of Washington, Dept. of Natural Resources, ), by Gerald E. Hoyer (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) The relationship of lumber recovery to log quality in 29 old-growth Douglas-fir trees of the Oregon Coast Range / (Corvalis.

Forests, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, Nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) nutrition of trees has been studied for many decades, but has largely been focused on inorganic nutrient uptake and leaf level nutrient contents. Grand fir (Abies grandis (Douglas ex D.

Don) Lindley) is widely distributed in the moist forests of the Inland Northwest. It has high potential productivity, its growth being nearly equal to western white pine, the most productive species in the region.

There are large standing volumes of grand fir in the region. Nutritionally, the species has higher foliage cation concentrations than Cited by: 2. Seedlings to Nitrogen and Phosphorus Fertilizers M. Radwan, J.

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Growth responses to fertilizers Response of Douglas-fir seedlings to nitrogen many tree species across a wide range of stand and site conditions indicate that suboptimal nutrition frequently limits forest productivity.

Much of the increase in Cited by: 7. Foliar nutrient and tree growth response of mixed-conifer stands to three fertilization treatments in northeast Oregon and north central Washington Cochran, P., Response of a pole-size ponderosa pine stand to nitrogen, phosphorus and sulfur.

USDA For. Serv. Res. Note PNW J.A. MooreFoliar potassium status explains Douglas-fir Cited by: Soil and Site Treatments. Most post-construction sites are in poor condition for plant growth and will require implementing a set of mitigation measures if good revegetation is expected.

The following set of implementation guides cover the common mitigating measures for. Height growth of ponderosa pine seedlings under various. The Miracle-Gro line of fertilizers contain products to promote growth in a multitude of plants, including the trees on your landscape.

TreeHelp Premium Fertilizer for Pine should be an essential component of your pine tree care program. Preface The research findings presented in tnis report were presented at the Purdue Industrial Wastes Conference on May 6, These results, along with other publicity concerning the research at FWQA's Southeast Water Laboratory, have been utilized by some individuals and groups outside FWQA to support a contention that carbon rather than phosphorus or nitrogen is the limiting.

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Effects of growth temperature and CO 2 concentration on root-shoot ratio are circumstantial, and no clear patterns have been generalized across various studies (Rogers et al.Luo et al. On the. Atmospheric Nitrogen Deposition and the Mycorrhizae of Southern Commercial Forest Trees () Response of vesicular-arbuscular endomycorrhizal sweetgum seedlings to three nitrogen fertilizers.

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Plant Nutrition - Physiology and Applications. Editors: Van Beusichem, M.L. (Ed.) Free Preview. Buy this book eBook Rhizosphere pH along different root zones of Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii), as affected by source of nitrogen.

Nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium uptake of two sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) cultivars in an acid soil. This paper presents the results of initial nitrogen fertilization trials on 15 to year old natural Douglas fir stands growing on poor sites (Site Class IV, V) in western Washington.

Annual height growth was used as the criterion of response. On both shallow residual and deep glacial outwash soils response to nitrogen was very marked. In this region it is commonly believed that Douglas-fir is a low-preference species that is browsed only when all other forage is unavailable.

However, recent winter season trials indicated that deer ate Douglas-fir seedlings sooner than twigs of other abundantly occurring woody plants including alder, hazel, and vine maple. E: Methods and techniques aiming at optimization of crop nutrition and growth.- Prospects for improvement of nitrogen fertilizer recommendations for cereals: A simulation study.- Weather, nitrogen-supply and growth rate of field vegetables.- Modelling the response of crops to fertilizers.- Modelling potassium uptake by wheat (Triticum aestivum.

Chen, C., G. Jackson, K. Neill, and J. Miller. Spring Pea, Lentil, and Chickpea Response to Phosphorus Fertilizer.

Fertilizer Fact Ed. Jones and E. Allison. and R. Engel. Winter Wheat Response to Nitrogen and Sulfur Fertilization. Chemical and Physical Properties of Douglas Fir Bark Relevant to the Production of.

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Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow) and down arrow (for. In much of northwest Oregon, forests were dominated by Douglas-fir, but Douglas-fir wasn’t the climax forest.

After a fire, which often volatilizes the nitrogen out of the soil, the first trees to grow in would be alder, which like legumes formed a symbiotic relationship with. Where potassium is deficient in the soil, potash fertilizers can correct the problem and boost crop yields and quality.

Rock Phosphate— A dry organic fertilizer. NPK is A natural source of phosphorus, calcium and essential trace elements. It gets to build phosphate fertility, increase root activity in seedlings and transplants.

An article on making your own fertilizer tea and directions on how to do it. Tomato plants throughout much of the Northeast were hit last summer with a devastating fungal disease called “late blight.” It’s the same urea nitrogen fertilizer explosive douglas fir best disease that led to the Irish Potato Famine in the s.

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If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Plant response to organic amendments and decreasing inorganic nitrogen rates in soil from a long-term experiment.

A pulse-chase method to 13Carbon-label Douglas-fir seedlings for decomposition studies. Long term organic residue management effects on transformations and availability of nitrogen, sulfur, and phosphorus.

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Growth responses to 5 organic wastes and NPK fertilizer were compared in a second pot bioassay. Biomass, leaf area and foliar nutrient concentrations were measured after 17 weeks. The greatest growth response was to organic wastes, particularly fish-wood compost.

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Three hybrid poplar (Populus trichocarpa x Populus deltoides) plantations on the east side of Vancouver Island were fertilized with N, Nand P, and N, P, and K at the beginning of the third growing season, followed by fertilization with N in the fourth growing season.

Three-yearvolume growth increased with application of N alone, but was greatest in plots receiving both N and P. Potassium added Cited by: 6. Sorption and Transport of Phosphorus and Nitrogen in Soils from Florida and Nigeria in a Mixture of Fertilizers and Pesticides.

Phosphorus Response in Young Pecan (Carya illinoinensis (Wangenh.) C. Koch). Organic Matter Removal and Soil Compaction Have Unexpected Results on Subsequent Tree Growth Early in a Douglas-fir Rotation in the.

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Nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations, as well as stream temperature, were lower where riparian buffers had reforested.

Models of stream physicochemistry fit better when predictors were catchment wide rather than more localized (i.e., within 2 km of a site). We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites.

Close this message to accept cookies or find out how to manage your cookie settings.Glomeromycotan fungi are obligate symbionts and rely on the carbon provided by their plant hosts to complete their life cycle. In return, the fungus provides nutritional benefits to the plant by deli- vering minerals, including the biologically essential nutrients phosphorus (P) and nitrogen (N).fir, Douglas-fir, and ponderosa pine and in seral stages by ponderosa pine burned about every 5 to 12 years (Weaver ).

On cooler, moist sites such as the white fir-Douglas-fir I boxelder habitat type, the mean fire­ return interval would be longer. In the White Mountains of .

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