Study: Fertilization unnecessary in oak forests planted on former agricultural land

Low availability of nutrients often limits productivity in northern forests. In a trial with nutrient optimization, researchers at Linnaeus University have studied the effects of fertilization and irrigation in 25-year-old stands of pedunculate and sessile oak that grow on former agricultural land in southwest Sweden.  Read More 

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