عنوان مقاله [English]
Studying the soil and eucalypt relationships is essential for eucalypts plantation and avoidance of their negative effects on soil productivity. For this purpose, eucalypt species trial consisting of six species (E. camaldulensis, E. macarthurii, E. maidenii, E. rubida, E. saligna, and E. viminalis) planted in 1983 was conducted. Randomized Complete Blocks with four replicates at 2 x 2 m spacing and total number of 100 seedlings at each plot was used for this research. At each plot, three trees were randomly selected and leaf sampling was done for each tree at 1/3 of upper height at the end of summer. The aim of the study was to investigate the nutrients of six eucalypt species planted at Guilan province,Iran. The results showed that there was not significant difference among the replicates regarding the amount of N, P and K, but there was significant difference between the eucalypt species in respect to amount of N. There was significant correlation between K% and P% of eucalypt leaves and some soil characteristics.