A note on damage caused to apples by storage in Thuja plicata boxes.
Keywords: Thuja plicata, apples, forest pathogens, Penicillium, rot damage, fruit storage, fruit disease, fruit damage, plant pathogens, fungal diseases, forest protection, forest protection.
AbstractA limited investigation in 56 year old Sitka spruce suggests that the presence of markedly swollen butts is not related to the presence of heart rot, and that estimates of the proportion of affected trees in a standing crop based on observations from recent thinnings are apt to be exaggerated.
How to Cite
Loughnane, J. and Gallagher, L. (1963) “A note on damage caused to apples by storage in Thuja plicata boxes.”, Irish Forestry. Available at: https://journal.societyofirishforesters.ie/index.php/forestry/article/view/8994 (Accessed: 23September2023).