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Massive Oregon wildfire may help fight against tree disease - San Francisco Chronicle

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Massive Oregon wildfire may help fight against tree disease
San Francisco Chronicle
"If you have tanoak affected in an infected area, you try to remove the tanoak by cutting and piling and burning," said Steve Boyer, with the U.S. Forest Service in Gold Beach, Oregon. Burning knocks back the spores and gets rid of host material. Boyer ...

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Southern Oregon Megafire May Help Supress Devastating Tree Disease - KCTS 9

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Southern Oregon Megafire May Help Supress Devastating Tree Disease
KCTS 9
“If you have tanoak affected in an infected area, you try to remove the tanoak by cutting and piling and burning,” said Steve Boyer, with the U.S. Forest Service in Gold Beach, Oregon. Burning knocks back the spores and gets rid of host material. Boyer ...

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Southern Oregon Megafire May Help Supress Devastating Tree Disease - Jefferson Public Radio

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Southern Oregon Megafire May Help Supress Devastating Tree Disease
Jefferson Public Radio
“If you have tanoak affected in an infected area, you try to remove the tanoak by cutting and piling and burning,” said Steve Boyer, with the U.S. Forest Service in Gold Beach, Oregon. Burning knocks back the spores and gets rid of host material. Boyer ...

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Southern Oregon Megafire May Help Supress Devastating Tree Disease - OPB News

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Southern Oregon Megafire May Help Supress Devastating Tree Disease
OPB News
“If you have tanoak affected in an infected area, you try to remove the tanoak by cutting and piling and burning,” said Steve Boyer, with the U.S. Forest Service in Gold Beach, Oregon. Burning knocks back the spores and gets rid of host material. Boyer ...

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Promise of edible fungi pulls thousands into Oregon forests - Statesman Journal

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Promise of edible fungi pulls thousands into Oregon forests
Statesman Journal
More in outdoors: Best hikes near Gold Beach. The promise of edible fungi pulls thousands of people into Oregon's forests in the spring and fall. On the coast, mushroom season typically arrives in full force by October, with cascades of golden ...

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