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Extensive frost damage to forest trees in Bohemia and Moravia in the winter of 1939-A is analysed by species. Its severity is attributed chiefly to the physiological condition of the trees, which had been kept in growth by a wet autumn and in many instances had shoots that were still sappy and...

Author(s)
Zabka, J.
Citation
Zpravy Vyzkumneho ustavu lesn. CSR, 1948, No. 2, pp 181-95
Abstract

cf. F.A. 22 No. 4740.] Covers the reaction of different Poplar hosts, and silvicultural and chemical control. From laboratory and field trials, spraying with Bordeaux mixture or Kuprikol in autumn or spring is recommended, taking care to spray shoots from both sides. Cuttings can also be protected...

Author(s)
Leontovyc, R.
Citation
Vedecke Prace Vyskum. Ust. Lesn. Hosp., Bansk. Stiav., 1962, No. 3, pp 199-238
Abstract

Attention has been called to damage to P. alba in Czechoslovakia, caused by a species of Phellinus as yet unidentified. This fungus occurs also in Hungary, particularly on dry sites. The injury resembles that of Xanthochrous obliquus f. cavernatus (= X. nidus-pici), a pathogen of Quercus cerris....

Author(s)
Igmandy, Z.; Pagony, H.
Citation
Erdo, 1965, 14, 1, pp 19-25

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