A graphic of two trees is shown. Both trees are shown with a cross-section of the ground and the roots growing into the soil, from the top layer and down through sublayers, to stone. The lefthand tree has no leaves, a brown canker at the top of the central trunk and a smaller root system. The tree on the right has a full canopy of leaves, a smooth dark brown trunk and larger, fuller root system. The righthand tree also has a watering can being tipped over it. From the watering can, water droplets and bacteriophage symbols are flowing out of the spout and onto the tree

Seeing the forest for the trees: Use of phages to treat bacterial tree diseases –Plant Pathology highlight.

13th January 2022