Bedding improves yellow-poplar growth on fragipan soils
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Bedding improves yellow-poplar growth on fragipan soils by John K Francis

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Published by Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station in New Orleans, La .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Poplar

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Edition Notes

StatementJohn K. Francis
SeriesUSDA Forest Service research note SO -- 244, Forest Service research note SO -- 244
ContributionsSouthern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)
The Physical Object
Pagination[3] p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18285843M

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Bedding Improves Yellow-Poplar Growth on Fragipan Soils JOHN K. FRANCIS SUMMARY Yellow-poplar can be grown on soils that have a shallow fragipan -but unless such sites are bedded, growth is likely to be extremely poor. In a Tennessee study, bedding increased height of planted yellow-poplar over 5 years, but fertilizer did not. Because ofCited by: 1. Bedding improves yellow-poplar growth on fragipan soils / John K. Francis. By John K. Francis. Abstract [3] : John K. Francis. Soil Changes and Tree Seedling Response Associated with Site Preparation in Northern Idaho. soils increased yellow-poplar Bedding improves yellow-poplar growth on fragipan.   Bedding improves the growth of hardwood seedlings including beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) on loamy soils in southern Sweden (Gemmel et al., ) and increases the height growth of yellow poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera L.) on soils with fragipans in Tennessee (Francis, ).Cited by:

A replicated split-plot design experiment to evaluate the effects of three site preparation methods (disking, bedding, and subsoiling plus bedding) on survival and growth of three oak species (cherrybark, Quercus pagoda Raf.; Shumard, Quercus shumardii Buckl.; and Nuttall, Quercus texana Buckl.) was established in in Madison County, : J. Paul Jeffreys, Emily B. Schultz, Thomas G. Matney, W. Cade Booth, Jason M. Morris.   soil bedding [ An earth layer on which something rests continuously] Bodenbettung f Skip to main Search within book. Type for suggestions. Table of contents Previous. Page soil bank. soil base. soil bearing capacity. soil bedding. soil bentonite slurry. soil-bentonite (slurry trench) cut-off wall. soil binder (soil) binder stabilization. The term fragipan has been discussed in Soil Taxonomy (Soil Survey Staff, ) and in the legend to the Soil Map of the World (FAO, a). Two soils with fragipans in Canada have been well documented by Wang et al. () and the subject of fragipans has Cited by: 8. Black walnut grows best on moist, deep, fertile, well-drained, loamy soils, although it also grows quite well in silty clay loam soils or in good agricultural soils without a fragipan (Williams.

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