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Denise Bowden wrote: “We need to continue to vaccinate over the next [two to three] years to tell better if this vaccine was/is an effective tool in this herd along with environmental management practices,” External link

smithsonianmag Wednesday, April 29, 2020 7:48:00 PM CEST

Denise Bowden says: “So far, it seems to be doing really well,” External link

smithsonianmag Wednesday, April 29, 2020 7:48:00 PM CEST

Greg Ibach says: “Pennsylvania is a critical partner in protecting U.S. agriculture,” External link

farmindustrynews Tuesday, March 10, 2020 11:04:00 AM CET

Kevin Potter said: “Every few years we get a new exotic insect or disease that comes in and is able to do a number on our native forests,” “Emerald ash borer is clobbering a number of ash species in the Midwest and increasingly in the South. The chestnut, a magnificent tree that had immense ecosystem value as well as economic value in the South and North, is pretty much gone because of a pathogen. And hemlocks are under attack by the hemlock woolly adelgid from the Northeast along the Appalachian Mountains into the South” External link

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Kevin Potter said: “We found that both facilitation and dilution seem to be happening at the same time,” “What we found is that native tree biodiversity really is important, but it’s important in different ways at different times” External link

earth Wednesday, February 19, 2020 1:51:00 PM CET

Kevin Potter explained: “As you have an increasing number of tree species, you have an increasing number of pest species, up to an inflection point where that relationship changes,” “Then you have a decreasing number of pest species as the number of host tree species increases” External link

earth Wednesday, February 19, 2020 1:51:00 PM CET

Kevin Potter said: “What we see is that forests in the Midwest and up into New England are at the middle part of that hump-shaped curve in terms of the number of host tree species, and those are places where there have been a lot of insect and disease problems,” “Out West we have fewer insect and disease pests, but in some cases they still do a lot of damage because the forests are not diverse. If you have a specialist pest come in and knock back one of the major components of your biodiversity, then that can have a greater impact. An example of how that works would be Sudden Oak Death, a disease in California that’s affecting oaks there” External link

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