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North American Hardwood BorersAuthor(s): A. Dan Wilson; D.G. Lester
Source: US Forest Service, Forest insect and Disease Research Southern Hardwoods Lab. Stoneville, MS 28776
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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Description(image) U.S. Forest Service scientists from the Center for Bottomlands Hardwood Research, Stoneville, MS, a unit of the Southern Research Station, have developed a series of Forest Insect and Disease Research (FIDR) pest recognition softwares on CD-ROMs. The new softwares, written in Visual Basic (for Windows), display images and information on insect and disease pests of selected southern hardwoods and other hosts.
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CitationWilson, A. Dan; Lester, D.G. 1998. North American Hardwood Borers. US Forest Service, Forest insect and Disease Research Southern Hardwoods Lab. Stoneville, MS 28776
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