Furthermore, it was found that crops handled with SAPH-BAL had been less affected by the variations in rainfall regimes in the course of the experiments in comparison with those fertilized conventionally. To one of the best of our knowledge that is the primary report describing the successful use of superabsorbents for root targeted supply of fertilizers in forestry operations. Our paper summarizes ideas that present a foundation for making strategic and operational silvicultural selections that insure sustainability when applying intensive administration of forest plantations. In addition, we embrace new data in areas where there are knowledge gaps in forest plantation administration. Recent Findings Intensive management of forest plantations more and more incorporates large-scale precision silviculture to estimate silvicultural, biotic, and abiotic effects on site-specific forest productivity.
Foresters have been primarily concerned with timber administration, especially reforestation, sustaining forests at prime conditions, and fire management. Low phosphorus availability is a main constraint to plant productiveness in lots of natural and agricultural ecosystems. Plants show a wide array of adaptive responses to low phosphorus availability that generally serve to reinforce phosphorus mobility in the soil and enhance its uptake. One set of adaptive responses is the alteration of root structure to increase phosphorus acquisition from the soil at minimum metabolic price.