The employment of the classic stand density experiments in studies of the horizontal organization of plant stands is very laborious and requires a large experimental field area. The procedure based on the regular thickening of plant stands is more convenient for plants grown in a lower density. A simplified modification of this method is described which keeps a constant square nutritional area regardless of the plant densities.
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Pokorný, V., Vidovič, J. A modification of the method of the regular stand density increment. Biol Plant 14, 374–375 (1972). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02933192
- Plant Density
- Basic Component
- Stand Density
- Isosceles Triangle
- Spacing Experiment