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Variation in susceptibility to sweet fern rust among Pinus contorta and P. banksiana



Variation in susceptibility to sweet fern rust among Pinus contorta and P. banksiana



Canadian Journal of Forest Research 14(5): 672-675



Incidence of Cronartium comptoniae was measured in plantations of 62 provenances of Pinus banksiana (8 yr old in New Brunswick) and 77 provenances of P. contorta (5 yr old in British Columbia). Infection incidence varied among provenances in both hosts. Pinus banksiana provenances beyond the geographic range of Comptonia peregrana, and P. contorta provenances beyond the geographic range of Myrica gale, were more susceptible than some provenances within the range of these alternate hosts.

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Accession: 001506393

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DOI: 10.1139/x84-121


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