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Growing clonal mixtures of willow to reduce effect of Melampsora epitea var. epitea

Growing clonal mixtures of willow to reduce effect of Melampsora epitea var. epitea

European Journal of Forest Pathology 27(5): 319-329

In studies in Northern Ireland, UK, clonal mixtures were investigated in an experimental plot as an alternative disease control strategy. At one of 2 sites Salix x dasyclados, Salix burjatica Korso, S. burjatica Germany, Salix viminalis Bowles Hybrid and S. viminalis 683 were included in the clonal mix. At the second site 6 clones were used. These were as above with the exception of S. burjatica Korso and including Salix x calodendron and Salix mollissima-undulata SQ83.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1439-0329.1997.tb01086.x

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