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Results of investigations on Lophodermium pinastri (Schrad.) Chev. in Hungary


, : Results of investigations on Lophodermium pinastri (Schrad.) Chev. in Hungary. Mitteilungen der Bundesforschungsanstalt fur Forst und Holzwirtschaft (108): 189-195

Investigations on open-pollinated progenies derived from plantation clones of Pinus sylvestris showed great variation in susceptibility to L. pinastri.

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