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Using indicator plants to assess susceptibility of California red fir and white fir to the fir engraver beetle



Using indicator plants to assess susceptibility of California red fir and white fir to the fir engraver beetle



Research Note Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service (PSW-388): 5



A vegetation drought index will probably have to be used with other factors to predict the susceptibility of Abies magnifica and A. concolor to Scolytus ventralis in true fir and mixed conifer stands in northern California.

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