Polypore du pin | références


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  7. (en) « The infection of pine stumps by Fomes annosus and other fungi », Annals of Botany, no 23(3),‎
  8. (en) Fomes annosus in the southeastern United States: Relation of environmental and biotic factors to stump colonization and losses in the residual stand,
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  10. a et b (en) « Controlling and predicting the spread of Heterobasidion annosum from infected stumps and trees of Picea abies », Scandinavian journal of forest research, no 2(1-4),‎
  11. a b et c (en) « Planting Betula pendula on pine sites infested by Heterobasidion annosum: disease transfer, silvicultural evaluation, and community of wood-inhabiting fungi », Canadian journal of forest research, no 34(1),‎
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  17. (en) « Management of East England pine plantations affected by Heterobasidion annosum root rot », European journal of forest pathology, no 14(7),‎
  18. (en) « Effects of season and urea treatment on infection of stumps of Picea abies by Heterobasidion annosum in stands on former arable land », Scandinavian journal of forest research, no 11(1-4),‎
  19. a et b (en) « Treatment of Norway spruce and Scots pine stumps with urea against the root and butt rot fungus Heterobasidion annosum—possible modes of action », Forest ecology and management, no 157(1),‎
  20. (en) « Effects of stump-treatment substances for root-rot control on ground vegetation and soil properties in a Picea abies forest in Sweden », Scandinavian journal of forest research, no 15(5),‎
  21. (en) « Impact of biological (Rotstop) and chemical (urea) treatments on fungal community structure in freshly cut Picea abies stumps », Biological control, no 31(3),‎

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