|doc-title||Saving oak trees by chopping down bay trees|
|publication||San Francisco Chronicle|
|quote||Scientists have discovered that California bay laurels are the prime harborers of the microscopic spores, which are dispersed in the wind and rain. Arborists and ecologists are afraid that if the tiny marauders aren't stopped, California's golden hills could be denuded of its signature live oak trees. As it is, experts predict that as many as 90 percent of California's live oaks and black oaks could die within 25 years.|
|source||San Francisco Chronicle article|
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