The Relation Between Mycorrhizae and the Development and Nutrient Absorption of Pine Seedlings in a Prairie Nursery
Abstract:The importance of mycorrhizae in the normal growth and development of forest trees has been, and still is a highly controversial question. Sufficient evidence has been accumulated during the past few years to leave little doubt of their importance in the normal growth and development of coniferous seedlings. Indeed, under certain conditions they appear essential. Such a case is described in the following article.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Department of Forestry, Iowa State College
Publication date: 1938-11-01
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