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"Hemlock woolly adelgids were first introduced to the Pacific Northwest in 1927, where they are a minor problem on western hemlocks. The real trouble started when they were shipped (on nursery stock) to Virginia in the 1950s. These insects are lethal to eastern hemlock and can kill mature trees in one to four years." — Douglas W. Tallamy, Bringing Nature Home


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