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Soft rot - a destroyer of wood which is difficult to control

Soft rot - a destroyer of wood which is difficult to control

Skogsfakta, Skogsvetenskapliga Fakulteten, Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet, Teknik och Virke 1: 4

Reasons are suggested why soft rot fungi can attack impregnated timber more than white or brown rot fungi.

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