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- Metslaid, Marek; Granhus, Aksel; Scholten, Janneke; Fjeld, Dag; Solheim, Halvor
- Forest ecology and management 2018 v.409 pp. 509-517
- decay fungi, etc ; harvesting; Armillaria; Stereum sanguinolentum; probability; Heterobasidion; butt rot; long term effects; sanitation felling; stumps; root rot; Picea abies; soil; trees; population structure; stand basal area; selection criteria; clearcutting; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... The goal of this study was to assess the long-term effects of partial harvesting and supplementary soil scarification on the frequency of root and butt rot in managed uneven-sized Norway spruce stands. Frequency of rot and the population structure of the rot fungi were assessed on 1353 stumps after clear-cutting 21 years after a selection harvesting experiment. The initial experiment was comprised ...
- Müller, Michael M.; Henttonen, Helena M.; Penttilä, Reijo; Kulju, Matti; Helo, Teppo; Kaitera, Juha
- Forest ecology and management 2018 v.425 pp. 85-91
- decay fungi, etc ; Heterobasidion; Picea abies; Pinus sylvestris; boreal forests; butt rot; conifers; cutting; databases; global warming; organic horizons; organic soils; pH; pathogens; root rot; stumps; Finland; Scandinavia; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... Heterobasidion parviporum and H. annosum are the most damaging root and butt rot pathogens of conifers in southern Fennoscandia where their distribution and frequency are reasonably well described in literature. However, in the most northern boreal forests of Europe the occurrence and significance of these pathogens is poorly known. In the future global warming may increase root and butt rot damag ...