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California Report: Sudden Oak Death

May 26, 2009

Over the past decade, scientists have been battling an epidemic that has killed more than one million oak trees in the state. If it remains unchecked, the disease could change the face of California's landscape. The good news is that researchers have found a way to inoculate individual trees against it. But time is running out before Sudden Oak Death decimates California's forests.

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