Damage to Black Spruce cone crops by spruce budworm
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- Schooley, H.O.
Newfoundland Forest Research Centre
A low spruce budworm (choristoneura fumiferana) population level that caused only light defoliation significantly reduced cone production on black spruce trees. Larvae emerging from hibernaculae preferred male and female flowers over vegetative buds and new shoots as feeding sites.
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