Found 145 results
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Perakis S.S., Maguire D.A., Bullen T.D., Cromack K., Waring R.H., Boyle J.R..  2005.  Coupled nitrogen and calcium cycles in forests of the Oregon Coast Range. Ecosystems. 8:1-12.
Chastagner G.A., Byther R.S..  1983.  Control of Swiss needle cast on Douglas-fir Christmas trees with aerial applications of chlorothalonil. Plant Disease. 67:790-792.
Skilling D.D..  1981.  Control of Swiss needle cast in Douglas-fir. American Christmas Tree Journal. 25
Winton L.M., Manter D.K., Stone J.K., Hansen E..  2003.  Comparison of biochemical, molecular and visual methods to quantify Phaeocryptopus gaeumannii in Douglas-fir foliage. Phytopathology. 93:121-126.
Zhao J, Maguire D.A., Mainwaring D.B., Kanaskie A..  2012.  Climatic influences on needle cohort survival mediated by Swiss needle cast in coastal Douglas-fir. Trees. 26:1361-1371.
Manter D.K., Reeser P.W., Stone J.K..  2005.  A climate-based model for predicting geographic variation in Swiss needle cast severity in the Oregon Coast Range. Phytopathology. 95:1256-1265.
Wilhelmi N.P., Shaw D.C., Harrington C.A., Clair J.B.St., Ganio L.M..  2017.  Climate of seed source affects susceptibility of coastal Douglas-fir to foliage diseases. Ecosphere. 8:e02011.
Chastagner G.A..  1997.  Christmas tree plantations. Compendium of Conifer Diseases. :88-89.
Hood I.A., Sandberg C.J..  1979.  Changes within tree crowns following thinning of young Douglas-fir infected by Phaeocryptopus gaeumannii. New Zealand Journal of Forest Science. 9:177-184.
Hood I.A., Sandberg C.J., Barr C.W., Holloway W.A., Bradbury P.M..  1990.  Changes in needle retention associated with the spread and establishment of Phaeocryptopus gaeumannii infection in a 19-year-old Douglas-fir stand. European Journal of Forest Pathology. 20:418-429.
Lan Y-H, Shaw D.C., Ritóková G, Hatten J.  2019.  Associations between Swiss Needle Cast Severity and Foliar Nutrients in Young-Growth Douglas-Fir in Coastal Western Oregon and Southwest Washington, USA. Forest Science. fxz022
Bennett P, Stone J.  2016.  Assessments of Population Structure, Diversity, and Phylogeography of the Swiss Needle Cast Fungus (Phaeocryptopus gaeumannii) in the U.S. Pacific Northwest. Forests. 7,14
Manter D.K., Winton L.M., Filip G.M., Stone J.K..  2003.  Assessment of Swiss needle cast disease: Temporal and spatial investigations of fungal colonization and symptom severity. Phytopathology. 151:344-351.
Hennon P.E., Frankel S.J., Woods A.J., Worrall J.J., Ramsfield T.D., Zambino P.J., Shaw D.C., Ritóková G, Warwell M.V., Norlander D et al..  2021.  Applications of a conceptual framework to assess climate controls of forest tree diseases. Forest Pathology. 51(6):e12719.
Weiskittel A.R., Garber S.M., Johnson G.P., Maguire D.A., Monserud R.A..  2007.  Annualized diameter and height growth equations for Pacific Northwest plantation-grown Douglas-fir, western hemlock, and red alder. Forest Ecology and Management. 250:266-278.
Weiskittel A.R..  2003.  Alterations in Douglas-fir crown structure, morphology and dynamics imposed by Swiss needle cast disease in the Oregon Coast Range. M.S.
Shelbourne C.J.A., Low C.B., Gea L.D., Knowles R.L..  2007.  Achievements in forest tree genetic improvement in Australia and New Zealand: Genetic improvement of Douglas-fir in New Zealand. Australian Forestry. 70:28.