M. W. Smith
mursmith at unixg.ubc.ca
Wed Mar 15 17:12:15 EST 1995
In article <3jpoja$7gp at jadzia.PEAK.ORG> microbe at CSOS.ORST.EDU (Steven Carpenter) writes:
>From: microbe at CSOS.ORST.EDU (Steven Carpenter)
>Subject: Re: Root Rot
>Date: 10 Mar 1995 14:43:54 GMT
>The root rot that is probably referred to is Phellinus weirii, once known
>as Poria weirii if you go back in the literature a few years.
>There has been TONS of work done on it at the USDA Forestry Sciences Lab
>in Corvallis, Oregon, Jefferson Way, 97331.
>A good university library will more than fill your informational needs
>on this organism.
>-Steven E. Carpenter
> Research Mycologist
> Cascade Research Associates
> microbe at csos.orst.edu
Also check out FRDA Report 179 (ISBN 0-7726-1541-1):
Morrison, D., H. Merler, and D. Norris. 1991. Detection, Recognition and
Management of Armillaria and Phellinus Root Diseases in the Southern Interior
of British Columbia. FRDA Report 179. For. Can. & Brit. Col. Min. For.,
Murray W. Smith
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