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The effects of Cherry Leaf Roll virus are shown in a block of trees in northern Oregon. The disease causes trees to decline to the point that hardly any fruit is produced. The only way to stop spread of the virus is to remove the infected tree, says an OSU plant pathologist. At right, the same block of trees is shown on Google Earth before the virus.

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Tree virus found in Gorge region

Cherry Leaf Roll virus has been found in The Dalles and Oregon State University officials want growers to stop its spread by removing infected trees this spring.

January 10, 2018 midnight read more..


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