AN ANALYSIS OF FOREST GROWTH FEATURES OF LOW-PRODUCTIVE GREY FOREST SANDY SOILS OF UKRAINE WITH REGARD TO THEIR RELEVANCE FOR FOREST CULTIVATION
A comparative analysis of the forest growth features of low-productive grey forest sandy soils of the Polissia, the Forest-Steppe and the Northern Steppe of Ukraine was performed. Although grey forest soils from different natural zones are distinguished in the genesis of their soil rocks, as well as typical and zonal belongings, at the same time they are united by an important general characteristic, light texture, determining the similarity of physical, physico-chemical and agrochemical indicators and, in general, forest site capacity. A package of markers to assess the forest site capacity of sandy soils (pine habitats) with such soil quality indicators as the content of physical clay, the coarseness of the humified layer of soil profile and K2O content was revealed.
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