By: D Cibrian Tovar, D Alvarado Rosales and SE Garcia Diaz
Language: Bilingual in English and Spanish
This book presents the available information on biotic and abiotic agents that affect forest trees and shrubs in Mexico. The reader will find information on the identities, biology and managment of 269 disease-causing agents. The photographic plates, including microscopic views, illustrate both symptoms and pathogens. Several case studies are complemented with black and white line art. The most significant forest diseases are aquarelle-ilustrated.
This information is essential for forest owners and personnel of institutions dedicated to managing, teaching, researching and protecting forestry resources. This guide is relevant to tropical and temperate regions in Mexico and of interest to the adjacent western United States and Central America.
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