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Volume 1, Pages 514-519
Research Article

The Potential of NO3--N Utilization by a Woody Shrub Species Lindera triloba: A Cultivation Test to Estimate the Saturation Point of Soil NO3-N for Plants

Graduate School of Agriculture, Japan

Academic Editor: Joe Wisniewski

Copyright © 2001 Lina Koyama et al.

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