A Bioengineered Tree Could Revive America’s Once-Vast Chestnut Forests
A century ago, towering forests of chestnut trees blanketed the East Coast of the United States. Then a fungus that hitched a ride on imported Asian chestnut trees began to infect entire woodlands.
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