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Home Publications National Nursery Proceedings 1976 Endomycorrhizae: Thier Importance in Nursery Production of Hardwood Seedlings

Endomycorrhizae: Thier Importance in Nursery Production of Hardwood Seedlings

Early spring infection by endomycorrhizal fungimay be the solution to producing quality 1-0 hardwood seedlingsin tree nurseries. Initial results obtained from experiments atAthens, Georgia, indicate all hardwoods tested benefit significantly from endomycorrhizal fungus infection and that one species,sweetgum, exhibited an obligate physiological requirement for these root symbionts.


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Author(s): Paul P. Kormanik

Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 1976

Event: Southeastern Area Nurserymen's Conference
1976 - Charleston, SC

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