Fungal decay Biotic decay occurs mostly during the storing and seasoning of timber. The durability of timber exposed to weather or in contact with the soil is largely the result of its resistance to fungal decay. Fungal attack can cause discolouring of wood. Blue-stain fungi do not impair the mechanical strength of wood; the hyphae
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