Beech Bark Disease - what measures and strategies can best protect woodland and forests against beech bark disease

Beech bark disease is most likely to attack trees with trunks that are more than 20cm in diameter, although it can also be a problem on young plantations.

by John Adlam
Beech Bark Disease - image: John O'Brien, USDA Forest Service (CC by 3.0)
Beech Bark Disease - image: John O'Brien, USDA Forest Service (CC by 3.0)

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