A University of Alberta forestry professor has cracked a key mystery surrounding the mountain pine beetle, the university reports.
After studying lodgepole pine trees in the Grande Prairie area that survived a pine beetle attack, U of A professor Nadir Erbilgin and his team discovered certain chemicals in the trees that produce high levels of resin – sticky sap – that overwhelms the insect.

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