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Significance of air-dry wood in controlling rot caused by Poria incrassata Public Deposited

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  • The rat caused by Pozia incrassata (Berk, and Curt.) Burt (sometimes erroneously called "dry rot") in individual cases is the most destructive of the building decays in the warm coastal portions of the United States and the South. The fungus usually attacks rapidly and may cause damage necessitating extensive repairs within as short a time as a year. Damage to property even in the less severe cases sometimes amounts to several hundred dollars.
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