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Grant funds available for X-disease and little cherry disease tree removal costs

September 17th, 2021|

Washington State University Extension, in partnership with county conservation districts and pest boards, announced availability of cost-share funds for the removal and testing of trees infected with X-disease and little cherry disease. According to a Sept. 17 news release, funding is available through a grant from the Washington State Department of Agriculture Specialty Crop Block Grant Program beginning Oct. 1,

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