Cultural blight

July 2009
High Country News;7/20/2009, Vol. 41 Issue 12, p9
The article discusses the effects of Phytophthora ramorum or crud on the plants that threaten the tribes in California. The members of the Salinan tribe used to get their foods and financial resources in the native plants and trees in the Central California coastal hills before the crud disease of the plants occur. In this regard, several tribes unite to study the disease and monitor the spread of the mold.


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