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“…'E-strain' and T. terrestris mycorrhizas are not the most beneficial associations for the growth of coniferous seedlings in either nurseries or forest plantations (HOLDEN et al 1983). Thus, there is the potential to improve the growth of seedlings by the introduction of more beneficial ectomycorrhizal fungi (MARX et al 1984;LE TACON et al 1988).…”
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“…'E-strain' and T. terrestris mycorrhizas are not the most beneficial associations for the growth of coniferous seedlings in either nurseries or forest plantations (HOLDEN et al 1983). Thus, there is the potential to improve the growth of seedlings by the introduction of more beneficial ectomycorrhizal fungi (MARX et al 1984;LE TACON et al 1988).…”
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“…Different mycorrhizal fungi and ecotypes may vary in tolerance to fertilizer application rates (Holden et al 1983;Marx 1980;Trappe 1977), even though some species of ectomycorrhizal fungi commonly inhabit both forest and nursery soils (Holden et al 1983;Thomas et al 1983). We used two isolates for each of three fungi that readily form ectomycorrhizae on Sitka spruce and commonly occur in both forest and nursery soils .…”
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“…Carr.) Several reports describe the ectomycorrhizae of this commercially important species in both Great Britain and southeast Alaska, particularly as they relate to the rearing and outplanting of seedlings (Alexander 1971;Holden et al 1983;Last et al 1984;Shaw & Molina 1980;Shaw et al 1982;Shaw & Sidle 1985Thomas & Jackson 1979;Thomas et al 1983;Walker 1985a, b). Sitka spruce is also the most desirable commercial species in forests of southeast Alaska, where the tree is native (Harris & Farr 1974).…”
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