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Natural Forests of Oak in NW Spain: Soil Fertility and Main Edaphic Properties

By I.J. Díaz-Maroto, P. Vila-Lameiro, O. Vizoso-Arribe,E. Alañón and M.C. Díaz-Maroto

Submitted: February 28th 2011Reviewed: August 13th 2011Published: February 24th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/28522

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I.J. Díaz-Maroto, P. Vila-Lameiro, O. Vizoso-Arribe,E. Alañón and M.C. Díaz-Maroto (February 24th 2012). Natural Forests of Oak in NW Spain: Soil Fertility and Main Edaphic Properties, Soil Fertility Improvement and Integrated Nutrient Management - A Global Perspective, Joann K. Whalen, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/28522. Available from:

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