Chemical applications for control of armillaria root rot of Ponderosa pine

@inproceedings{Filip1976ChemicalAF,
  title={Chemical applications for control of armillaria root rot of Ponderosa pine},
  author={Gregory M. Filip},
  year={1976}
}
approved: Redacted for Privacy Lewis F. Roth Root rot caused by Armillariella mellea creates roughly circular disease centers of infected dead and dying trees in the younggrowth ponderosa pine forest under study. Research objectives concerning chemical control of the disease were: 1) to test the effectiveness of certain chemicals in protecting living pines adjacent to disease centers from lethal attack at the root collar by A. mellea and 2) to test the effectiveness of chemical fumigants in… CONTINUE READING

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