WITH STORY EUROPE DYING CHESTNUTS A Belgium chestnut pod is seen amidst brown leaves on a chestnut tree in Westmalle, Belgium, Thursday, Aug. 23, 2012. All across europe in high summer the leaves of the great chestnut tree can become so rusty it feels like October and as autumn approaches, many stand naked while other trees still wear their crowns of green. The culprits which are being blamed for the destruction of Chestnut trees in europe, is a moth that produces leaf-eating larvae and a bacterium that makes trunks bleed and die, and there is no cure in sight, according to Dr. Darren Evans of the University of Hull. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)

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WITH STORY EUROPE DYING CHESTNUTS A Belgium chestnut pod is seen amidst brown leaves on a chestnut tree in Westmalle, Belgium, Thursday, Aug. 23, 2012.  All across europe in high summer the leaves of the great chestnut tree can become so rusty it feels like October and as autumn approaches, many stand naked while other trees still wear their crowns of green. The culprits which are being blamed for the destruction of Chestnut trees in europe, is a moth that produces leaf-eating larvae and a bacterium that makes trunks bleed and die, and there is no cure in sight, according to Dr. Darren Evans of the University of Hull.  (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
WITH STORY EUROPE DYING CHESTNUTS A Belgium chestnut pod is seen amidst brown leaves on a chestnut tree in Westmalle, Belgium, Thursday, Aug. 23, 2012. All across europe in high summer the leaves of the great chestnut tree can become so rusty it feels like October and as autumn approaches, many stand naked while other trees still wear their crowns of green. The culprits which are being blamed for the destruction of Chestnut trees in europe, is a moth that produces leaf-eating larvae and a bacterium that makes trunks bleed and die, and there is no cure in sight, according to Dr. Darren Evans of the University of Hull. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
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