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Effect of forest fertilization on pine needle-feeding Coleoptera



Effect of forest fertilization on pine needle-feeding Coleoptera



Silva Fennica 23(4): 279-286



A study was made of the effects of forest fertilizers on the intensity of needle damage by two curculionid (Brachyderes incanus, Brachonyx pineti) and two chrysomelid (Calomicrus pinicola, Cryptocephalus pini) species feeding as adults on Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) in 2 stands on dry (Calluna type) sites in SW Finland. Nitrogen, P, K, and Ca fertilizers were applied in various combinations in 1959, 1964, 1969 and 1973.

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