Incidence of heartrot in harvest-age Acacia mangium in Indonesia , using a rapid survey method

@inproceedings{Barrya2004IncidenceOH,
  title={Incidence of heartrot in harvest-age Acacia mangium in Indonesia , using a rapid survey method},
  author={K. M. Barrya and R. S. B. Iriantoc and E. Santosoc and M. Turjamanc and E. Widyatic and I. Sitepuc and C. L. Mohammeda},
  year={2004}
}
The potential to use plantation-grown Acacia mangium for solid-timber products is limited by heartrot, caused by decay fungi. A rapid method of surveying logs stacked in the plantation following harvest was developed which is an alternative to timeconsuming whole tree destructive assessments. Logs were randomly chosen from the stacks using a transect method, the cutends of the logs were assessed (2199 logs in total) and heartrot severity was scored on a 1–4 scale. Surveys of harvest-age A… CONTINUE READING

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