In the hills south of me, mature American chestnut trees are reasonably
common. I would assume they are naturally blight resistant. I wrote
someone doing research like your article describes, but got no answer. I
guess that would disrupt their research.
Go to your local college/university and suggest how they can beat the
big guys at their own game :-). If that doesn't get them going, start
collecting and planting the nuts - you could be the chestnut king!
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