The variability of biometric parameters in the second year of cultivation of scots pine on the post arable ground

Słowa kluczowe: Scots pine, afforestation, growth dynamic

Streszczenie:

The aim of the study was to estimate the variability of biometric parameters in the second year of cultivation of Scots pine on the post arable ground. Planting were carried out on the basis of post arable ground located in the Faculty Agro and Hydrometeorology Observatory of the Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences. Scots pine plants in the second year of cultivation increased in height from 43.1 cm to 53.39 cm, 10,29 cm, i.e. 24 % ie. The growth rate of pine was the highest in the first part of the growing season (until June 14), when the plant height increased by 7.69 cm, accounting for about 75% of the total, the annual increment in height. The second biometric parameters studied - the diameter of the trunk - increased in the second year of growing pine from 13.16 mm to 23.36 mm (by 10. 2 mm, ie. about 77 %).

Cytowanie:

Żyromski A., Biniak-Pieróg M., Rolbiecki S., Rolbiecki R. 2015. The variability of biometric parameters in the second year of cultivation of scots pine on the post arable ground. Infrastruktura i Ekologia Terenów Wiejskich. Nr 2015/ III (2 (Aug 2015))