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Title: Foliar Nitrogen and Potassium Variation in Cottonwood as Affected by Genetic and Site Factors
Author: Baker, James B.; Randall, W. K.;
Source: In: Proceedings of the Ninth Central States Forest Tree Improvement Conference: 106-111.
Publication Series: Paper (invited, offered, keynote)
Description: Genetic and soil factors accounted for 49 percent of the variation in foliar N and 60 percent of the variation in foliar K among four good and four poor cottonwood clones grown on productive and unproductive soils in Mississippi. Variation in foliar N was associated primarily with the clone X soil interaction; variation in foliar K was related chiefly to clonal differences.
Keywords: Populus deltoides, soil N, soil K, clonal selection, N fertilization
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Baker, James B.; Randall, W. K. 1975. Foliar Nitrogen and Potassium Variation in Cottonwood as Affected by Genetic and Site Factors. In: Proceedings of the Ninth Central States Forest Tree Improvement Conference: 106-111.
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