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Factors in the resistance of a Scots pine plantation to pests of buds and shoots


Lesovedenie (4): 65-71
Factors in the resistance of a Scots pine plantation to pests of buds and shoots
Field and laboratory studies were made during 1970-78 in young pine plantations in Byelorussia (where the main pests of buds and shoots are Rhyacionia spp., Heringia dodecella and Cacoecia piceana on the ethology and population dynamics of the pests in relation to the seasonal development of the pine, the rate of resin exudation and the qualitative composition of the essential oils.


Accession: 001833688



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