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Effects of Seymeria cassioides Infestation on Pine Seedling and Sapling Growth

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The mortality of pine seedlings caused by seymeria [Seymeria cassioides (J. F. Gmelin) Blake] infestations has been documented. The results of our study in Georgia substantiate the suggestions of previous authors that growth losses occur in infested pine surviving attack and that increment losses extend into the following growing season.
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Document Type: Journal Article

Affiliations: Wood Resource Analyst, Brunswick Pulp Land Company, Brunswick, GA 31520

Publication date: 01 November 1977

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