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Felling Infected Oaks in Natural Stands Reduces Dissemination of Polyporus Hispidus SporesAuthor(s): E. R. Toole; F. I. McCracken
Source: The American Phytopathological Society, Inc. 64(2):265-266.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southeastern Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionFelling or girdling willow oaks which exhibited Polyporus hispidus cankers reduced sporophore production within 3 yr. Since spore dissemination was horizontal and downward, spores produced on felled trees did not spread as far as those from standing trees. Felling, therefore, is a more advantageous means of control.
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CitationToole, E. R.; McCracken, F. I. 1974. Felling Infected Oaks in Natural Stands Reduces Dissemination of Polyporus Hispidus Spores. The American Phytopathological Society, Inc. 64(2):265-266.
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