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《Protection Forest Science and Technology》 2018-06
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Effect of Hilling on Cunninghamia lanceolata Sprouting Seedlings and Different Bud-eliminafion Modes on its Growth Conditions

Qiu Kunming;State-owned Forest Farm,Liancheng County,Fujian Province;  
Experiments were carried out to determine the germination and growth of buds of Cunninghamia lanceolata through the experiment of cultivating shoots of Cunninghamia lanceolata with or without three different ways of de-emergence and comparing the data after 1 a and 4 a of afforestation.Experiment shows that there is no interaction between the sprouting zone the de-emergence mode on the growth status of Cunninghamia lanceolatasprouting zone.During the harvesting of the following year,the differences in the growth of the buds of Cunninghamia lanceolata are significantly different from those of the uncultivated soil.The growth of the buds was extremely beneficial to the growth of the buds.The artificial two-time bud-elimination,one-time bud-elimination and the bud diselimination have significant differences in growth of sprouts of Cunninghamia lanceolata.The second bud-elimination is the most beneficial to promote the growth of Cunninghamia lanceolata.The effect of one-time bud-elimination is the second,and the effect of bud diselimination is the worst.
【CateGory Index】: S791.27
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