As Beech Leaf Disease Spreads Across Connecticut, Scientists Gauge Effects

Under a large beech tree at Banningwood Preserve in Lyme that has lost its canopy to beech bark disease, saplings show the characteristic damage of beech leaf disease (Credit: CT Examiner)


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LYME – Amid a tangle of invasives that make up much of the understory of the heavily-wooded Banningwood Preserve, clusters of beech saplings have sprouted up where light filters through the tree cano...

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