Genetic Lineage of Thousand-Year-Old Oak Trees Seed an Experimental ‘Super Forest’

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Oak trees at Blenheim Palace; Dave S, CC license Oaks with lives stretching back to the founding of modern England are being utilized to create “super forests” that support a new quality-over-quantity reforestation strategy. The trees, the oldest of which is thought to be 1,046 years old, contain the genetic lineage of multiple shifts in…

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