Height growth characteristics of one-year-old northern red oak seedlings (Quercus rubra L.) in full light conditions

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Nikola Miroljub Šušić
Martin Bobinac
Ivona Kerkez
Andrijana Bauer Živković
Nikola Vojinović

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In this nursery experiment, 100 one-year-old northern red oak seedlings were measured at the end of the 2016 growing season. Measured growth elements were: total height, root collar diameter and total leaf area. All seedlings were classified according to the presence of polycyclism into four types: one-flush growth, two-flush growth, three-flush growth, and four-flush growth type. The number of new flushes (shoots) is a good indicator of total height, root collar diameter and total leaf area.

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Šušić, Nikola Miroljub, Martin Bobinac, Ivona Kerkez, Andrijana Bauer Živković, and Nikola Vojinović. “Height Growth Characteristics of One-Year-Old Northern Red Oak Seedlings (Quercus Rubra L.) in Full Light Conditions”. REFORESTA0, no. 2 (December 26, 2016): 32-38. Accessed November 28, 2020. https://journal.reforestationchallenges.org/index.php/REFOR/article/view/32.
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