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SUMMARY Slash pine (Pinus elliottii var. elliottii Little and Dorman) and radiata pine (P. radiata D.Don) were inoculated with pure cultures of fungi isolated from mycorrhizas of mature pine. All eight species tested, except a Rhizopogon sp. obtained from slash pine, formed mycorrhizas with...
SUMMARY A number of planting trials using Australian red cedar (Toona ciliata M.Roem var. australis (F.Muell.) C.D.C.) were made in 1964 and 1965 in an attempt to solve some of the problems associated with the re-establishment of this species in the Sydney water supply catchment areas....
SUMMARY In view of the general absence of ectotrophic mycorrhizal fungi for radiata pine (Pinus radiata D.Don) from grassland soils, but their frequent occurrence in eucalypt soils, effects of non-host plants on mycorrhizal fungi were studied. In glasshouse experiments, grasses grown in...
SUMMARY Inoculation of seed of radiata pine (P. radiata D.Don) with spores of Rhizopogon luteolus was effective in producing mycorrhizas in glasshouse and field experiments. Greater mycorrhizal formation occurred in fumigated than unfumigated soil. Soil fumigation increased the height of 7...
SUMMARY The response of Sydney blue gum (.Eucalyptus saligna Sm.) seedlings to additions of very small quantities of fertilisers and a number of soil treatments was investigated. Phosphorus was found to be the main limiting factor in seedling growth. There was a direct relationship between...
SUMMARY Assessors' estimates of merchantable volume on a number of sample plots in northern jarrah forest have been compared with the volumes actually removed in licensed logging operations. Their estimates were accurate and precise.
SUMMARY A study has been made of the effect of several logging and treatment schedules on an irregular mixed-species forest with a blackbutt component. Despite past improvement treatments, there were a large number of useless and sub-standard trees in the forest, mainly of the more tolerant...
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