A new scientific report says that sudden oak death has spread so far that statewide efforts to stop or slow it are no longer feasible and have been impossible for over a decade. 

Researchers, who used computer modeling to examine the spread of a water mold called oomycete phytophthora ramorum wrote in the Proceedings of the . . .

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