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Proceedings of Past Forest Nursery Association Meetings:

Using Diverse Plant Species to Maintain Forest Health
Donald Goheen and Susan Frankel
1992: Fallen Leaf Lake, CA
Planting of disease resistant species is advocated for the management of forest diseases and insect pests. Laminated root rot in the Pacific Northwest and pests of Eastside Oregon and Washington and the California mixed conifer type are used as examples to demonstrate how planting diverse plant species combined with stocking control, limits pest problems on forest lands and recreation sites.
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