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Blister rust resistant western white pine for the Inland Empire : the story of the first 25 years of the research and development program Public Deposited

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  • General technical report INT-146
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  • Methods, results, and conclusions are reviewed for a 25-year, USDA Forest Service first-phase Research and Development program. The program goal was to attain useful blister rust resistance in western white pine. One study result is that the Service will be mass-producing second-generation, rust resistant white pines for the Inland Empire. About two-thirds of these seedlings are expected to withstand severe exposure to local races of blister rust. The resistance is based on a number of differential and uniform types. Second-phase work, aimed for fruition before the year 2000, is outlined.
  • KEYWORDS: host:parasite systems, vertical resistance, geographic variation, altitudinal variation, Cronartium ribicola, Pinus monticola, disease resistance, horizontal resistance, tree resistance, seed orchard technology
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  • Bingham, Richard T. Blister rust resistant western white pine for the Inland Empire : the story of the first 25 years of the research and development program. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-146 Ogden, UT : U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station; 1983. 45 p.
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