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Elevated light levels reduce hemlock woolly adelgid infestation and improve carbon balance of infested eastern hemlock seedlingsAuthor(s): Steven T. Brantley; Albert (Bud) Mayfield; Robert M. Jetton; Chelcy F. Miniat; David R. Zietlow; Cindi L. Brown; Rusty Rhea
Source: Forest Ecology and Management
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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CitationBrantley, Steven T.; Mayfield, Albert E.; Jetton, Robert M.; Miniat, Chelcy F.; Zietlow, David R.; Brown, Cindi L.; Rhea, James R. 2017. Elevated light levels reduce hemlock woolly adelgid infestation and improve carbon balance of infested eastern hemlock seedlings. Forest Ecology and Management, Vol. 385: 11 pages.: 150-160.
KeywordsAdelges tsugae Invasive species Nonstructural carbohydrates Shade Tsuga canadensis
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