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Forest Ecology and Management
Zohar, Y., Department of Forestry, Agricultural Research Organisation, Israel
Eucalyptus camaldulensis roots were examined at the edge of a cotton field, 10-15 cm from the shelterbelt. Most roots were concentrated at a depth of 40-80 cm. Fine roots, having a diameter of 0.1-0.5 cm, comprised the majority of the root system at all soil depths. It seems that frequent severing of roots close to the trees may reduce root competition to the crop, thereby increasing the beneficial effects of such trees as shelterbelts. © 1985.
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Root distribution of a eucalypt shelterbelt
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Zohar, Y., Department of Forestry, Agricultural Research Organisation, Israel
Root distribution of a eucalypt shelterbelt
Eucalyptus camaldulensis roots were examined at the edge of a cotton field, 10-15 cm from the shelterbelt. Most roots were concentrated at a depth of 40-80 cm. Fine roots, having a diameter of 0.1-0.5 cm, comprised the majority of the root system at all soil depths. It seems that frequent severing of roots close to the trees may reduce root competition to the crop, thereby increasing the beneficial effects of such trees as shelterbelts. © 1985.
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