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《Journal of Anhui Agricultural Sciences》 2010-36
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Effect of the Density of Masson Pine on the Chemical Nature of the Land of Its Artificial Plantation

WANG Yin et al (Guangxi Academy of Forestry,Nanning,Guangxi 530002)  
[Objective] The reference for the best cultivation mode of Masson pine(Pinus massoniana L.) plantation was provided through the research on the variation of the chemical property of the soil of Masson pine plantation under the different densities.[Method] The effect of the different densities of Masson pine on N,P,K and the sum of base in soil was compared based on the analysis of sample.[Results] With the increment of soil depth,the content of the nutrient,except for pH and total K,showed a downward trend in the different densities of the pine plantation,among which,the content of organic matter,total N,total P,available N and available P was firstly increased was increased and then decreased in the surface layer of soil(0-20 cm) and the peak value of each index appeared at the planting density of 3 333 plants/hm2.[Conclusion] The stand density of Masson pine plantation had a close relationship with the fertility and the density of 3 333 plants/hm2 was the most conducive to the cycle accumulation of nutrient in the soil of pine plantation among 4 different densities.
【Fund】: 广西科技厅基金项目(桂科能0731044)
【CateGory Index】: S791.248
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