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Insect and Disease Pests of Southern HardwoodsAuthor(s): L. P. Abrahamson; F. I. McCracken
Source: In: Symposium on Southeastern Hardwoods. USDA-Forest Service, Southeastern Area, State and Private Forestry. 80-89.
Publication Series: Paper (invited, offered, keynote)
Station: Southern Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionInsects and diseases seldom kill southern hardwood trees in managed stands, but they cause major economic losses by lowering wood quality and reducing tree growth. In discussing the most important insects and diseases of southern hardwoods, let us consider first those that attack natural hardwood stands and then those associated with plantation culture.
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CitationAbrahamson, L. P.; McCracken, F. I. 1971. Insect and Disease Pests of Southern Hardwoods. In: Symposium on Southeastern Hardwoods. USDA-Forest Service, Southeastern Area, State and Private Forestry. 80-89.
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