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Effect of soil cultivation and agricultural usage of land cleared from oak stands, on the amount and viability of Armillaria mellea



Effect of soil cultivation and agricultural usage of land cleared from oak stands, on the amount and viability of Armillaria mellea



Nauka za Gorata 29(1): 64-69



An investigation was made of the incidence of roots infested with Armillaria mellea, and rhizomorphs of A. mellea in soils that had previously carried primary oak forest (mainly Quercus cerris) in Bulgaria. The oak stands were 35-45 years old when they were cleared, and were growing on grey forest soils or on leached chernozems; after forest clearance the soils had been used for agricultural crops for 1-10 years.

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