Sick Tree Series: Why is my ash tree losing so many leaves?

15th March 2019

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Sick Tree Series

Chalara dieback of ash is a relatively new disease to Britain, the first case only having been reported in 2012, following a delivery to a nursery from the Netherlands. As of June 2018 there were 1,401 known cases across the UK. Not a massive number, but significant in its spread in that short time.

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