Posted by: Sandy Steinman | July 11, 2019

Nonnative pear trees are showing up in US forests

ScienceDaily reports

Nonnative pear trees are showing up in US forests: Once a suburban favorite, Callery pear trees are now outcompeting many local trees

Callery or Bradford pear trees are starting to show up in many eastern forests. Once established, the invasive trees are hard to eradicate, a biologist warns.

Read full article at  Nonnative pear trees are showing up in US forests: Once a suburban favorite, Callery pear trees are now outcompeting many local trees, a biologist warns — ScienceDaily


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