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Effect of fertilizer on fructification of macromycetes on young birch trees



Effect of fertilizer on fructification of macromycetes on young birch trees



Mikologiya i Fitopatologiya 11(4): 294-303



The effect of fertilization on macromycetes of birch forests on abandoned agricultural lands in Karelina ASSR [Russian SFSR, USSR] was studied. Macromycetes actively reacted to introduction of fertilizer, especially N fertilizers; the greatest difference was noted between existing and potential composition of the pileate mushrooms. Fertilization changed nutritional conditions of the woody plants and macromycetes such that trophic bonds were ruptured. Fertilizer also increased ground moisture and ground cover and changed edible mushroom yield and marketability. Thorough study of the influence of fertilization on fruit-bearing of macromycetes is necessary as a basis for forest management. Species discussed include Amanita muscaria, Boletus edulus f. betulicola, Clitocybe infundibuliformis, Collybia sp., 5 Cortinarius spp., Laccaria laccata, 6 Lactarius spp., 2 Leccinum spp., Lycoperdon gemmatum, Mycena pura, Rozites caperatus, 2 Russula spp., Suillus piperatus, Clavariadelphus ligula, Paxillus involutus, 2 Cystoderma spp., Peziza badia, Tricholoma sp. and Xerocomus subtomentosus.

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