Biological Control of Pine Root Rot

186kaiser at wmich.edu 186kaiser at wmich.edu
Fri Jan 13 09:48:48 EST 1995


In article <mulveyk.51.2F10B0C1 at kea.lincoln.ac.nz>, mulveyk at kea.lincoln.ac.nz (Kenneth Mulvey) writes:
> 	Please help with name/address/fax# of a company producing
> 
> 	a biological control product containing the fungus
> 
> 	PYTHIUM OLIGANDRUM used against stem and root rot of pine
> 
> 	Previously market as P.g. suspension by -
> 
> 	Ecological Laboratories Ltd. UK. TIA. Ken
> *********************************************************************
> Ken Mulvey
> Dept. Natural Resources Eng.,
> Lincoln University,
> Canterbury,
> New Zealand.
> 
> EMAil: mulveyk at lincoln.ac.nz
> Ph: 0064 3 3252811 Ext. 8794    Fax: 0064 3 325 3845
> 
>   Canuck Down Under
> ***********************************************************************

I HAVE NEVER TRIED TO USE SOAP ON A TREE AND I AM NOT SURE IF I EVER WILL. 
BUT YOU GO RIGHT AHEAD AND DO WHATEVER YOU WANT.  I DON'T THINK IT WOULD BE
TOO EFFECTIVE BECAUSE IF IT RAINS IT WOULD WASH AWAY.



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