Home Publications 1982 Southern Nursery Conferences The Effect of Tip Blight on Survival and Growth of Outplanted Loblolly Pine after Two years

The Effect of Tip Blight on Survival and Growth of Outplanted Loblolly Pine after Two years

Survival, height and diameter growth of loblolly pine infected with tip blight were not affected two years after planting on a wet site. At a mesic site, survival after the first year and survival, height and diameter growth were reduced at the .01 level of significance after two years. Drought in the first year of outplanting contributed to the growth reduction on the mesic site.


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Author(s): Charles E. Affeltranger

Publication: 1982 Southern Nursery Conferences

Event: Southern Nursery Conferences - Western Session
1982 - Oklahoma City, OK

Section: Pest Management

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