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Out planting survival and growth of ponderosa pine pinus ponderosa seedlings inoculated with pisolithus tinctorius in south dakota usa



Out planting survival and growth of ponderosa pine pinus ponderosa seedlings inoculated with pisolithus tinctorius in south dakota usa



Forest Science 27(2): 277-280



Ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa Laws.) forms an ectomycorrhizal relationship with Pisolithus tinctorius when grown in nursery soil containing vegetative mycelia of this symbiont. The ectomycorrhizae persist for 2 yr on seedlings planted on a prairie soil. Survival of pondersoa pine seedlings with P. tinctorius was 18% greater after 2 growing seasons than seedlings with mycorrhizae which developed in the nursery following soil fumigation. Although mycorrhizal treatment had no effect on seedling height or stem caliper after 2 yr, a significant increase in plot volume index due to P. tinctorius was observed after the 2nd growing season.

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