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Survival in, and colonization of mountain forest soil by Phytophthora cinnamomi Rands in eastern Victoria



Survival in, and colonization of mountain forest soil by Phytophthora cinnamomi Rands in eastern Victoria



Australian Forest Research 7(3): 173-183



The ability of P. cinnamomi to infect and colonize these soils was tested by using naturally infested soil as inoculum in (a) virgin forest, (b) 3-yr-old eucalyptus sapling regrowth and (c) freshly burnt and cultivated sites. All 3 locations were at an altitude of c. 1100 m. The rate of colonization of uninfested soil adjacent to inoculated soil and the population density index of P. cinnamomi was monitored for 3 yr. Colonization occurred slowly and only after a lag period in site (c).

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