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Fungal attack and red streak in Spruce wood.

, : Fungal attack and red streak in Spruce wood.. Pilzbefall and Rotstreifigkeit an Fichtenholz, Forstliche Fakultat, Georg-August Universitat Gottingen,Hann. Munden., Germany: 68

A fuller account of research already described and of some experiments on decay by red-stain fungi, and fungal antagonisms. Weight losses of wood and sawdust caused by Stereum sanguinolentum and others did not exceed 5% in 3 months.


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