Notes: Spread of Fomes annosus Reduced by Heavy Application of Sulfur
Abstract:In a field trial, dusting sulfur at 2000 lb/acre appeared to check the spread of Fomes annosus in large centers of infection but 2000 lb ammonium nitrate did not. Sulfur produced long-term reductions in soil pH and microbial activity, but changes were less pronounced with ammonium nitrate. Forest Sci. 19:75-76.
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Affiliations: Area Forest Superintendent, Woodlands Department, International Paper Co., Monroeville, Alabama
Publication date: 1973-03-01
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