Butternuts, the fruit of white walnut trees, are shown by University of Tennessee forest biologist Scott Schlarbaum on Friday, at the East Tennessee Research Education Center-Plant Sciences Unit. In an effort to fight butternut canker disease, Schlarbaum is engaged in a cloning program to produce healthy, genetically pure butternuts.
Butternuts, the fruit of white walnut trees, are shown by University of Tennessee forest biologist Scott Schlarbaum on Friday, at the East Tennessee Research Education Center-Plant Sciences Unit. In an effort to fight butternut canker disease, Schlarbaum is engaged in a cloning program to produce healthy, genetically pure butternuts.
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published Sunday, June 23rd, 2013
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