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Effect of selected ecological factors on the density of colonization of trap trees by Tomicus piniperda

Effect of selected ecological factors on the density of colonization of trap trees by Tomicus piniperda

Sylwan 136(7): 67-71

Studies were made of the effect of degree of insolation (zero, partial, full), height of support (10, 30 cm) and diameter on the colonization of trap logs in a silver fir Scots pine stand near a sawmill and timber yard in Zagnansk forest district, Poland. Fir stems were healthy but pine was badly affected by T. piniperda.

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