|Forest Investment Account|
|Abstract of FII Project R2003-109|
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Impacts of Armillaria root disease on stand productivity in the Southern Interior
|Author(s): Cruikshank, Mike||Imprint: B.C. : Canadian Forest Service, 2003||Subject: Armillaria Root Rot, British Columbia, Pseudotsuga Menziesii||Series: Forest Investment Account (FIA) - Forest Science Program|
The work described in this proposal is part of an ongoing project funded by CFS. The projects' primary objective is to quantify the growth loss attributable to sub-lethal Armillaria infection in Douglas-fir plantations in the southern interior. The proposed collaborative work with Ian Cameron (Thrower), Rob Macdonald (Ramsoft) and Ken Mitchell (MOF) addresses the Chief Forester's concerns and is a first step in developing realistic operational adjustment factors to account for Armillaria damage that could be incorporated into TASS/TIPSY growing data base kept at Canadian Forest Service
Mike Cruickshank .
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