Introduced Tuber aestivum replacing introduced Tuber melanosporum: a case study

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A Tuber melanosporum plantation established in 1994/1995 on Kibbutz Bar’am (in the Upper Galilee, Israel) gradually lost its T. melanosporum mycorrhiza. In 1999, T. aestivum inoculated seedlings were inadvertently introduced into the plantation to fill the gaps between trees. A single T. melanosporum fruit body was found in 1999. Although no truffles were… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10457-011-9478-0

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@article{Turgeman2011IntroducedTA, title={Introduced Tuber aestivum replacing introduced Tuber melanosporum: a case study}, author={Tidhar Turgeman and Yaron Sitrit and Ofer Danai and Yoram Luzzati and Amnon Bustan and Nurit Roth-Bejerano and Varda Kagan-Zur and Segula Masaphy}, journal={Agroforestry Systems}, year={2011}, volume={84}, pages={337-343} }