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International Symposium on tree damage by Electromagnetic Radiation
Netherlands Created: 19 Jul 2012
Currently, trees growing in urban environments in many different countries are suffering from malformations of unknown origin. About 35% of all broadleaf trees is affected. Research has shown that dead cells occur at the outer layers of the tree trunk.

Many believe that the ever increasing electromagnetic fields are the cause of these new tree diseases. There are different studies that prove that these fields have a negative influence on trees. More investigation is needed on this topic.

See the video of this symposium http://vimeo.com/25270604
(in dutch but with english subtitles)


From Beperk de Straling: Organised in The Netherlands, February 2011 - Unknown tree damage by electromagnetic radiation.
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Source: Beperk de Straling / EMFacts, Jul 18

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