Deadly ‘Beech Leaf Disease’ Identified Across Connecticut and Rhode Island

American Beech, Walnut Hill Park, New Britain (Courtesy of Connecticut's Notable Trees)


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A mysterious nematode first identified near Cleveland in 2012 has been spotted in seven Connecticut counties and Rhode Island this summer. The nematode has been tied to the deadly “Beech leaf disease...

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