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Controlling gray mold on container-grown Douglas-fir by modified styroblocks and under-bench, forced air ventilation

Controlling gray mold on container-grown Douglas-fir by modified styroblocks and under-bench, forced air ventilation

Western Journal of Applied Forestry 5(3): 75-79

The control of grey mould (Botrytis cinerea) on Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) seedlings was investigated in Vancouver, Canada. Incidence of mould on seedlings sown in June 1988 and assessed January 1989 was reduced in 3 treatments of modified styroblocks (vertical holes, allowing air movement from below): vented with heated, forced air; vented with unheated, forced air; and vented with unheated, unforced air.

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