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MSU developing chestnut rot detection system

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EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Researchers at Michigan State University are developing a way to tell if chestnuts are rotten without opening them. To help assure that chestnuts reach market in good condition, the research team is working to create a noninvasive method of detecting internal decay in the fruit. They're involved in assessing the various imaging techniques currently available. So far,...

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