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Variation in the susceptibility of lodgepole pine provenances to Sirococcus shoot blight: results from artificial inoculations. 1991. Hamelin, R.C.; Sutherland, J.R. European Journal of Forest Pathology 21: 189-192.

Year: 1991

Available from: Laurentian Forestry Centre

Catalog ID: 16669

Language: English

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1439-0329.1991.tb01425.x

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Abstract

Fourteen provenances of lodgepole pine artificially inoculated with a local isolate of Sirococcus strobilinus varied in their susceptibility to the pathogen. Provenances from the Dry Interior (31.9%) and the Sierra (14.3%) had significantly lower disease incidence than those from the Interior Wet Belt (51.9%), the Coast (62.5%) and the Cascade Range (58.6%). These results indicate the potential for selecting seed sources with low levels of susceptibility to Sirococcus shoot blight.

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