Influence of soil temperature and precipitation depth on the biomass production of fruiting bodies of macromycetes in a submountain beech forest stand

https://doi.org/10.17221/2024-JFSCitation:Janík R., Mihál I. (2007): Influence of soil temperature and precipitation depth on the biomass production of fruiting bodies of macromycetes in a submountain beech forest stand. J. For. Sci., 53: 523-527.
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The paper deals with research on the biomass production of fruiting bodies of macromycetes in a submountain beech stand in dependence on selected climatic variables. The study was carried out at the Ecological Experimental Site (EES) Kremnické vrchy (Central Slovakia) in 2003 and 2004. The biomass production of sporocarps on the EES plots in the two study years was different (5.81 kg/ha of fresh biomass of sporocarps in 2003 and 39.95 kg/ha in 2004) due to better ecological and climatic conditions and higher abundance of sporocarps in 2004. It is necessary to mention that these values reflect the overall status of mycocoenoses on the plot. Unfavourable microclimate conditions and poor species composition of beech monocultures can be considered to be the main factors adversely influencing mycocoenoses in forest stands of the kind.
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