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Serious damage to old oaks caused by vandalism



Serious damage to old oaks caused by vandalism



Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes 43(6): 133-134



Inspection of unusual slime flux in a stand of c. 200 yr old pedunculate oaks in the forest district of Braunschweig, Germany, showed that small (c. 10 cm) wounds, presumably inflicted by vandals with axes, had led to extensive necroses of the cambial region. Although 11 fungal spp. were isolated, these were not considered the main cause of the necroses; instead, it was assumed that reduced vigour of the old oaks had allowed the damage to spread.

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