Specialists track cases of fungal infection in trees


Issue Date: January 25, 2017

They look something like mushrooms protruding from the side of a tree trunk, and they signal infection by a fungus that can kill almonds and other trees. Known as conks, the growths indicate that a tree has been severely infected by a Ganoderma fungus.

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