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Ag leaders implement quarantine to protect state’s walnut trees from deadly disease

Published 02/26/2011, Alexandria Echo Press

Minnesota Agriculture Commissioner Dave Frederickson this week moved to protect the state’s 6 million eastern black walnut trees and the state’s walnut timber producers by issuing a temporary exterior quarantine restricting the import of walnut trees and certain related products into Minnesota from areas known to be infested with Thousand Cankers Disease (TCD).

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