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Reducing the felling age for A. sibirica in relation to rot damage caused by fungi.



Reducing the felling age for A. sibirica in relation to rot damage caused by fungi.



Lesn. Z., Arhangel'sk. 2: 4, 46-52



Investigations in virgin stands in the W. Altai have shown that the Fir is severely damaged by fungi (the worst being Fomes annosus), that the degree of damage is directly related to age, and that the higher the site class the greater is the damage. Rot first occurs at 40-50 years, and at 100 years can affect 30-70% of the stand.

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