Field survival of containerized red and jack pine seedlings inoculated with mycelial slurries of ectomycorrhizal fungi

@article{Richter2004FieldSO,
  title={Field survival of containerized red and jack pine seedlings inoculated with mycelial slurries of ectomycorrhizal fungi},
  author={D. Richter and J. Bruhn},
  journal={New Forests},
  year={2004},
  volume={3},
  pages={247-258}
}
  • D. Richter, J. Bruhn
  • Published 2004
  • Biology
  • New Forests
  • Red pine and jack pine seedlings growing in styroblocks were inoculated 8 wk after sowing with mycelium/agar slurries of 3 mycorrhizal fungi (Laccaria bicolor, Scleroderma citrinum, and an unidentified basidiomycete), and one suspected mycorrhizal fungus (Cantharellula umbonata). Seedlings inoculated with L. bicolor developed mycorrhizae earlier and in greater numbers than the other inoculation treatments, with red pine out-performing jack pine in both respects. At 34 wk following sowing… CONTINUE READING
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