Weevil Infestation in Relation to Fertilization of White Pine
Abstract:Nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium fertilizer treatments in a Pinus strobus L. plantation were related to tree growth and incidence of white pine weevil damage. In this plantation, growing on deep coarse sandy potash-deficient soil, potassium significantly increased tree growth and weevil damage while nitrogen caused decreases. A nitrogen-potassium interaction is indicated. Fertilizing of white pine involves consideration of possible benefits in wood production vs. possible damage by weevils.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Associate Professor of Silviculture, State Univ. College of Forestry at Syracuse Univ., Syracuse, N.Y.
Publication date: 1964-12-01
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