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The Effects of the Black Army Cutworm on Backlog Reforestation Efforts in the North Thompson Valley

Author(s) or contact(s): T.F. Maher
Source: Research Branch
Subject: Pests and Pesticides
Series: FRDA Report
Other details:  Published 1988. Hardcopy is available.
 

Abstract

Because of the large amount of not satisfactorily restocked (NSR) land, the consistent association of black army cutworm Actebia fennica, infestations with broadcast burning, and a high proportion of broadcast burned sites with a recorded history of BAC populations, a problem analysis was undertaken to study the effects of the BAC on backlog reforestation efforts in the North Thompson Valley. The results of this problem analysis are presented in this report.

FRDA Research Report 022 (882 KB)

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