Marin Scientists Using Steam To Eradicate Sudden Oak Death
Scientists at the National Ornamental Research Site at Dominican University in San Rafael unveiled breakthrough technology they have developed using an ordinary commercial steamer to heat soil to 122 degrees, killing the sudden oak death pathogen. Ken Bastida reports.
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