Why are tree fungi considered a dangerous forest disease?

Polypores destroy wood, depriving plants of nutrients and water, feed on plant juices (nutrients), dooming them to starvation and slow death. Fungal spores are small and light, so they are easily carried by the wind and get into even the smallest pores and cracks in the bark of trees. In the presence of moisture, they germinate into the body of the plant (trunk).

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