Sulfate And Ammonium In Mist Impair The Frost Hardening Of Red Spruce Seedlings

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Cambridge Univ Press
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Citation:
New Phytologist, 1991, 118 (1), pp. 119 - 126
Issue Date:
1991-01
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Two-year-old seedlings of red spruce [Picea rubens Sarg. syn. P. rubra (Du Roi) Link] were grown in open-top chambers supplied with charcoal-filtered air near Edinburgh, Scotland. Between May and November 1988, plants were exposed to mists containing NH
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