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Dieback of pedunculate oak (Quercus robur) Categories: Impact publication Document - Information Note Size: 5.72 MB display document
A wide ranging European research programme into oak dieback has been initiated from which, it is hoped, new insights into the problem will be gained. The principal effort is being directed towards understanding the importance of the killing of fine roots by fungi in the genus Phytophthora. (An information note by John Gibbs of Forest Research)
Managing the Pine Weevil on Lowland Pine Categories: Impact publication Document - Information Note Size: 1.9 MB display document
The pine weevil Hylobius abietis is a common cause of mortality in young conifers used to restock forest sites after clearfelling. Recent changes in application technique (from dipping to spraying), as well as in the insecticide used, are a reflection of these concerns and of the need to reduce the use of chemicals in forests.
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Metarhizium anisopliae pathogenesis of mosquito larvae: a verdict of accidental death. Categories: Document - Information Note Size: 2.44 MB display document
Mosquito larvae: a verdict of accidental death.
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The Assessment of Site Characteristics as Part of a Management Strategy to Reduce Damage by Hylobius Categories: Impact publication Document - Information Note Size: 145.45 KB display document
The severity of Hylobius damage to forest transplants is influenced by both plant and site factors. These have to be considered in order to determine the likely risk to the crop. A structured evaluation of the site to be restocked should enable forest managers to target treatments and to select the most cost-effective strategy to reduce plant damage and to protect the environment and operators.
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