USFS study looks at health of Shore Pine in Southeast
A bloom of Western Gall Rust forms on the branch of a Shore Pine on Wrangell Island. A new US Forest Service study is designed to monitor the spread of diseases in the tree across the region.
The U.S. Forest Service has installed permanent monitoring locations on Wrangell Island and in other areas of Southeast Alaska to track shore pine tree survival and health status over time and to gather basic information about the insects, disease...
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