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Can tree susceptibility to borers be predicted from root starch measurements?

Journal of Arboriculture 16(9): 236-239

Can tree susceptibility to borers be predicted from root starch measurements?

During the 1980s, the twolined chestnut borer (Agrilus bilineatus) attacked and killed stressed trees of several species (oaks American beech European and American hornbeam (Carpinus betulus, C. caroliniana)), particularly those that had been weakened by severe drought.

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