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Response of beech and oaks to wounds made at different times of the yearAuthor(s): Dirk Dujesiefken; Walter Liese; Walter Shortle; Rakesh Minocha
Source: European Journal of Forest Research. 124: 113-117.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionTree care, expecially pruning, is still mostly done in the dormant time. Such treatments expose live inner bark, the vascular cambium, and functioning outer sapwood to harsh external influences followed often by infection of pathogens. Investigations about response reactions of beech and oak to wounding made in different times of the year showed that wound closure was significantly slower for December and February wounds than in April and October.
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CitationDujesiefken, Dirk; Liese, Walter; Shortle, Walter; Minocha, Rakesh 2005. Response of beech and oaks to wounds made at different times of the year. European Journal of Forest Research. 124: 113-117.
Keywordsbeech, oak, time of wounding, wound reactions, discoloration, phenol concentration
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