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Ask a Master Gardener: Invasive species awareness week

A DARK STRIPING pattern parallel to the leaf veins on the leaves of American and European beech trees is a sign of beech leaf disease. Photo by Yonghao Li, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, Bugwood.org

In Vermont three invasive forest pests of concern to watch for are the hemlock woolly adelgid, beech leaf disease and spotted lanternfly.

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