This chestnut blight belongs to the microbe group and the microbe is the great enemy of mankind.
Several years ago I started out to get rid of the chestnut blight.
He worries more over this than he does over the chestnut blight.
The proper classification of the chestnut blight fungus has also been the subject of much discussion.
You know how active a boy is in getting a snake from under a rock and he will do the same thing with the chestnut blight.
The Chairman: The question of the chestnut blight is now open for discussion.
I have heard it was brought in from some point but I do not know whether it was identified exactly as the chestnut blight.
Mr. Corsan: This talk of the chestnut blight reminds me of a remark made by a gentleman at a peach growing convention.
We have found a few small lesions of chestnut blight which were removed by pruning and then painted with pine tar.
That problem, however, is being solved rapidly in many localities by the chestnut blight.