A further note on group dying of Sitka spruce and Rhizina inflata.

  • R. McKay Doctor of Science
  • T. Clear Bachelor of Agricultural Science, University College Dublin
Keywords: group dying, fungus, disease.

Abstract

The authors first drew attention to the association of the fungus Rhizina inflata with group dying of Sitka spruce in a previous note to this Journal in 1953. Since then, observations on this phenomenon have been continued, and as group dying in conifer plantations is of more frequent occurrence than has hitherto been believed, it seems desirable to furnish readers with more details of this trouble so that they may become conversant with its various features. It is also desirable that any occurrence of such group dying might be brought to the notice of the Forestry Division...
Published
1955-11-01
How to Cite
McKay, R., & Clear, T. (1955). A further note on group dying of Sitka spruce and Rhizina inflata. Irish Forestry. Retrieved from https://journal.societyofirishforesters.ie/index.php/forestry/article/view/9160
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