With boundary drawn, NH scientists aim at ash pest
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A detection program that wrapped up recently found no signs that a destructive beetle targeting ash trees has spread beyond a six-mile stretch of Concord along the Merrimack River, allowing scientists to focus on containing the pest.
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