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Red belt, Atropellis canker, and tree mortality of Lodgepole Pine in Alberta



Red belt, Atropellis canker, and tree mortality of Lodgepole Pine in Alberta



Bi-m. Progr. Rep. Div. For. Biol. Dep. Agric. Can, 13: 2, 2-3



Severe reddening of Lodgepole Pine foliage was evident on hilltops in west-central Alberta in 1954, the symptoms being those of the well-known red-belt disease due to climatic causes. The stands in this area are heavily affected with stem cankers associated with Atropellis piniphila, and the effect of red-belt on these stands was investigated. The evidence indicates that heavy tree mortality may occur in severely cankered stands after they have been severely affected by red-belt.

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