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Robert P. Long

Supervisory Research Plant Pathologist
335 National Forge Road
Irvine
Pennsylvania
United States
16329

Phone: 814-563-1040
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NRS-2016-107
Black Cherry Crown Health and Mortality on the Allegheny National Forest

Black cherry, an important timber and wildlife species in the Allegheny hardwood forest, is suffering from poor crown health and increased morta ...

2016


NRS-2017-57
Black cherry regeneration difficulties: Are They Related to Stand Age or Something Else?

Forest managers report that black cherry regeneration is impeded by poor and erratic seed production. Tree stand age has been suggested as one o ...

2017


NRS-2016-130
Changes in Black Cherry on the Allegheny Plateau

Increased tree mortality, decreased seed production, and seedling growth. Managers and scientists have been observing these changes in black che ...

2016


NRS-2014-076
Liming Effects Help Maintain Sugar Maple Growth and Health and Persist for More Than 20 years

Long-term inputs of acidic deposition have depleted soils of calcium (Ca) and magnesium (Mg) on ridge-top, unglaciated sites in Pennsylvania. Su ...

2014


NRS-2015-140
Long-Term Effects of Forest Liming on Soil, Soil Leachate, and Foliage Chemistry in Northern Pennsylvania

In many areas of the northeastern United States and Canada, base cations have been depleted by long-term inputs of acidic deposition. Forest lim ...

2015


NRS-2017-83
Using fertilizer to promote diverse seedling development in Allegheny hardwood forests

Fertilizing the forest understory slows the development of dominance by sweet birch, favors development of black cherry following overstory remo ...

2017


Last updated on : 08/31/2018