Abstract

Agriculturists have long been interested in the minor-element content of trees and lesser plants and of the soils in which they grow. The authors have been interested in the relation of plants to ore deposits and have carried on in British Columbia a series of investigations which indicate that the zinc and copper content of some trees and lesser plants may reflect, to a striking extent, the presence of zinc and copper concentrations in the underlying soils or rock formations.

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