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Acute oak decline

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Acute oak decline


Acute oak decline (AOD) is a complex decline disease involving a number of bacterial
species which cause bark lesions, and a native buprestid beetle Agrilus biguttatus
(oak jewel beetle). The disease causes a rapid decline in oak trees and can kill them
within 5 or 6 years.

Publisher: - Forest Research - more

Year: - 2016

Authors: - Dr Suzanne Sancisi-Frey, Forest Research

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