Resistance of Scots pine wood to Brown-rot fungi after long-term forest fertilization

@article{Heijari2005ResistanceOS,
  title={Resistance of Scots pine wood to Brown-rot fungi after long-term forest fertilization},
  author={Juha Heijari and Anne-Marja Nerg and Seija Kaakinen and Elina Vapaavuori and Hannu Raitio and Teuvo Levula and Hannu Viitanen and Jarmo K Holopainen and Pirjo S Kainulainen},
  journal={Trees},
  year={2005},
  volume={19},
  pages={729-735}
}
The susceptibility of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) sap- and heartwood against the wood decaying brown-rot fungus (Coniophora puteana) was investigated after long-term forest fertilization at three different sites in central Finland. Different wood properties: wood extractives, wood chemistry, and wood anatomy were used to explain sap- and heartwood decay. Scots pine sapwood was more susceptible to decay than its heartwood. In one site, sapwood seemed to be more resistant to wood decay after… CONTINUE READING
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