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Use of low nitrogen fertilizer as a strategy for maintaining mycorrhizal colonization on whitebark pine seedlings inoculated with native fungi in the greenhouse
Inoculation of whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis Engelm. [Pinaceae]) with native ectomycorrhizal fungus Suillus sibiricus (Bonard.) Singer was investigated under a variety of nursery scenarios.… Expand
Influence of Site Conditions, Shelter Objects, and Ectomycorrhizal Inoculation on the Early Survival of Whitebark Pine Seedlings Planted in Waterton Lakes National Park
Whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis) is an endangered five-needle pine limited to high elevations in western North America. Populations are being decimated by white pine blister rust, mountain pine… Expand
Sensitivity of Ascochyta Species Infecting Pea, Lentil, and Chickpea to Boscalid, Fluxapyroxad, and Prothioconazole.
- Erin R. Lonergan, J. Pasche, Linnea G. Skoglund, M. Burrows
- Biology, Medicine
- Plant disease
- 27 July 2015
Management of Ascochyta blight in pea, lentil, and chickpea relies on repeated fungicide applications, which has led to development of fungicide resistance and disease control failures in some… Expand
First report of Embellisia allii causing skin blotch and bulb canker on garlic in Montana.
Garlic (Allium sativum L.) is a popular plant in home gardens and farms where it is typically grown on a small scale for personal use, local fresh markets, and/or planting stock. In December 2011, a… Expand
First report of powdery mildew (Microsphaera palczewskii) on Siberian peashrub in Montana.
Samples of the introduced ornamental shrub Caragana arborescens Lam. infected by a powdery mildew were submitted to the Schutter Plant Disease Diagnostic lab from Ravalli and Gallatin counties,… Expand
The use of native ectomycorrhizal fungi in the restoration of whitebark pine
- Erin R. Lonergan
Whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis) is an endangered keystone species in western North America. Populations are being decimated by white pine blister rust, mountain pine beetles and fire suppression.… Expand