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Cylindrocladium root rot in Ontario bare-root nurseries: estimate of spruce seedling losses



Cylindrocladium root rot in Ontario bare-root nurseries: estimate of spruce seedling losses



Canadian Journal of Forest Research 18(11): 1493-1496



Estimates of root rot losses caused by Cylindrocladium floridanum in three black spruce (Picea mariana) and three white spruce (P. glauca) compartments at five Ontario nurseries producing bare-rooted stock were determined through visual field assessment and seedling isolation. C. floridanum was isolated from 10-77% of the symptomatic and 0-28% of the apparently healthy seedlings in each compartment.

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DOI: 10.1139/x88-230



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