Fire followed by intensive grazing could eliminate a cypress grove .
Gowen cypress grows best on the coast. Although waterlogged soils may
result in dwarfed trees, Gowen cypress could be safely used for low
hedges and windbreaks because of its dense growth habit [26,27].
Gowen cypress seedlings are susceptible to damping-off fungi . Both
subspecies are highly susceptible to coryneum canker (Coryneum
cardinale), which can kill trees . Fungicides are effective in
preventing the spread of the disease but cannot eradicate it once
infection has begun .
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- 26. Vogl, Richard J.; Armstrong, Wayne P.; White, Keith L.; Cole, Kenneth L. 1977. The closed-cone pines and cypress. In: Barbour, Michael G.; Major, Jack, eds. Terrestrial vegetation of California. New York: John Wiley and Sons: 295-358. 
- 27. Wolf, Carl B.; Wagener, Willis W. 1948. The New World cypresses. El Aliso Series: Vol. 1. Anaheim, CA: Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden. 444 p. 
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