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Forest detective notices strange purple plants in muskeg

...Berg Photo 3 shows Crowberry plants. Upright purple stems are infected with the fungus Exobasidium empetri. The forest detective prides himself on noticing the small details of daily life in the natural world, and on knowing the names of a good...

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Don't panic: Yellow spruce needle rust looks bad, but usually not fatal

...damp spring theory doesn't seem to apply, at least for this year. Here's yet another unsolved mystery for the forest detective! There is a nice article and more photos by Forest Service plant pathologist Paul Hennon on the Web at: http...

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...structure and part gardening. To many, it's silent poetry Johnson looking for two in a row at Pocono The forest detective at work on the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge Women's shooting clinic slated for Cooper Landing Cowboy fun...

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