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Strategies for managing whitebark pine in the presence of white pine blister rust [Chapter 17]Author(s): Raymond J. Hoff; Dennis E. Ferguson; Geral I. McDonald; Robert E. Keane
Source: In: Tomback, Diana F.; Arno, Stephen F.; Keane, Robert E., eds. Whitebark pine communities: Ecology and restoration. Washington, D.C.: Island Press. p. 346-366.
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DescriptionWhitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis) is one of many North American white pine species (Pinus subgenus Strobus) susceptible to the fungal disease white pine blister rust (Cronartium ribicola). Blister rust has caused severe mortality (often reaching nearly 100 percent) in many stands of white bark pine north of 45° latitude in western North America. The rust is slowly moving south through the range of whitebark pine and other white pine species.
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CitationHoff, Raymond J.; Ferguson, Dennis E.; McDonald, Geral I.; Keane, Robert E. 2001. Strategies for managing whitebark pine in the presence of white pine blister rust [Chapter 17]. In: Tomback, Diana F.; Arno, Stephen F.; Keane, Robert E., eds. Whitebark pine communities: Ecology and restoration. Washington, D.C.: Island Press. p. 346-366.
Keywordswhitebark pine, Pinus albicaulis, Pinus subgenus Strobus, white pine blister rust, Cronartium ribicola
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