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System of data collection of damaging agents in CR


, : System of data collection of damaging agents in CR. Methodology of forest insect and disease survey in Central Europe Proceedings, First Workshop of the IUFRO WP 70310, Ustron Jaszowiec, Poland, 21-24 April, 1998: 59-61

Collection of data on forest damaging agents in the Czech Republic has been carried out systematically since 1963 using a prescribed form. The work involved in this has recently (1995) been taken over by the Forest Protection Service within the Forestry and Game Management Research Institute (FGMRI) at Jiloviste-Strnady.


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