Home Publications Tree Planters' Notes Tree Planters' Notes Volume 34, Number 1 (1983) Loss of Feeder Roots Lowers Seedling Survival More Than Severe Black Root Rot

Loss of Feeder Roots Lowers Seedling Survival More Than Severe Black Root Rot

Loblolly pine seedlings with 50 or 75 percent of their feeder roots excised suffered greater mortality than did those with severe black root rot.


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Author(s): Samuel J. Rowan

Publication: Tree Planters' Notes - Volumes 34, Number 1 (1983)

Section: General

Volume: 34

Number: 1

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