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as promised here the link to the german study on contents of minerals and trace minerals in the leaves of several fodder trees.

for english names see the following list. If I couldn't find an english translation I added/used the latin name:

Rotbuche - common beech
Gemeine Esche - ash
Hainbuche - hornbeam
Schwarzerle - alder
Himbeere - raspberry
Schlehe - blackthorn
Haselnuss - hazelnut
Stieleiche - oak
Feldahorn - field maple
Schwarz. Holunder - elder
Eingrif. Weißdorn - hawthorn
Salweide - sallow resp. salix caprea
Roter Hartriegel - cornel
Sommerlinde - broad leafed lime
Brombeere - blackberry
Fichte - spruce
Schwarzpappel - black poplar
Rosskastanie - horse chestnut
Feldulme - elm
Hängebirke - white/silver birch
Bruchweide - salix fragilis
Eberesche - rowan
Grauweide - salix cinerea
Wolliger Schneeball - viburnum lantana
Faulbaum - buckthorn
Heckrose - dog rose
Silberweide - salix alba
Sanddorn - sallow thorn
Gem. Schneeball - snowball bush
Schwarzkiefer - black pine

the minerals are almost identical, just note the "K" means Kalium = potassium

and here's the link
http://orgprints.org/3221/1/3221.pdf
 
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