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Black Walnut Growth Better on Deep, Well-Drained BottomLand Soils

Site requirements of 25-year-old plantation-grown black walnut on floodplains in southern Illinois were studied. Depth to a gravel layer was the only soil factor that significantly influenced height growth. There was a relationship between internal soil drainage and height growth. 1973
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Black Walnut Growth Better on Deep, Well-Drained BottomLand Soils   (1973)

Site requirements of 25-year-old plantation-grown black walnut on floodplains in southern Illinois were studied. Depth to a gravel layer was the only soil factor that significantly influenced height growth. There was a relationship between internal soil drainage and height growth.

Author: Losche, Craig K.


Source: Research Note NC-154. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station

Citation: Losche, Craig K.  1973.  Black Walnut Growth Better on Deep, Well-Drained BottomLand Soils  Research Note NC-154. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station.
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