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

Abstract

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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