Biological Control of Wood-Attacking Fungi Using Bacteria
Soon after felling, wood is susceptible to colonization by wood-attacking fungi. Infection often occurs within a few days after cutting and may continue to progress in the wood, even though the wood is processed into preservative-treated products, such as poles, railroad ties, and construction timbers. The protection of unseasoned timbers against wood-attacking fungi should not be neglected, because the quality and durability of wood products depend on good care of the unseasoned timbers.
KeywordsAgar Mold Bacillus Pseudomonas Streptomyces
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