2 edition of mineral nutrition of Canadian pulpwood species found in the catalog.
mineral nutrition of Canadian pulpwood species
H. Stewart D. Swan
Bibliography: v. 1, p.65-66.
|Statement||H. S. D. Swann.|
|Series||Woodlands research index ;, no. 116, Technical reports series - Pulp and Paper Research Institute of Canada ;, 168, Woodlands research index ;, no. 116.|
|LC Classifications||SD408 .S88|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||77377865|
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This volume details the nutritional properties, botanical characteristics and ethnic uses of traditional food plants of indigenous Canadian Peoples. It contains an index of over one thousand plants from all provinces of Canada, as well as the bordering states, for which the Indian and Inuit peoples of each regfion have been consulted as the definitive source concerning plant usage . • Aspen/balsam poplar remained the dominant species group harvested for pulpwood in the Lake States in with million cords or 41 percent of the total roundwood. Other important species harvested for pulpwood in were soft maple (, cords), hard maple (, cords), white birch (, cords), and spruce (,Author: Ronald J. Piva.
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The urea-formaldehyde pellets contain 24% N and 6% P, by weight. Data are tabulated on the establishment of twenty-two tree trials with various pulpwood species planted in at sites from New Brunswick to British Columbia, and on the growth data at the end of the first growing season.
In most cases, pelleting alternate rows gave acceptably uniform mean by: 2. The mineral nutrition of Canadian pulpwood species. The influence of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and magnesium deficiencies on the growth and development of White Spruce, Black spruce, Jack Pine and Western Hemlock seedlings grown in a controlled environment.
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Swan, H. The mineral nutrition of Canadian pulpwood species. The influence of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and magnesium deficiencies on the growth and development of white spruce, black spruce, jack pine, and western hemlock seedlings grown in a controlled environment.
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As a premier pulpwood, the species is used in the manufacture of newsprint and bleached kraft pulps. It is also used in the manufacture of medium density fiberboard (MDF), paperboard and felt, and it is a major species used in Canadian softwood plywood.
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The mineral nutrition of Canadian pulpwood species. The influence of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and magnesium deficiencies on the growth and development of white spruce, black spruce, jack pine and western hemlock seedlings grown in a controlled environment.
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