The American chestnut and its future: an arborist’s take

Science & Tech

PHOTO PROVIDED A red admiral butterfly rests on the flowers of an American chestnut tree. Through the past four decades, researchers have selectively bred the tree with other chestnut trees to resist the blight. Despite what you may have heard, the American chestnut is not extinct. While these trees do not reach the size they…

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