Subject: Do any trees in Northeastern forests help with nitrogen fixing?
Date: Sat Jul 26 12:17:13 2008
Posted by Richard
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Area of science: Botany
In SW Washington state, the N-fixing red alder helps the Douglas fir grow
(http://academic.reed.edu/biology/Nitrogen/Nfix3.html); is there a similar
relationship between any trees in the Northeast?
Re: Do any trees in Northeastern forests help with nitrogen fixing?
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