All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘ash dieback’

  • Genetic Research Identifies Ash Dieback Resistance Test

    Scientists at the University of York and the John Innes centre have identified genetic markers that could assist in identifying ash trees that are resistant to Ash Dieback. Ash Dieback, is caused by the fungus Hymenoscyphus fraxineus (previously Chalara fraxinea) which often results in tree …

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  • Management Options for Ash Dieback

    There has been a call for practical advice about how to deal with Ash Dieback infections and the Forestry Commission has responded by producing the following website that provides brief information regarding the management of ash trees: http://www.forestry.gov.uk/forestry/INFD-92PJKX#2Managementoptions Since the initial Chalara fraxinea outbreak was …

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  • Ash Dieback Symptoms Video

    The Forestry Commission have provided this useful video showing how to identify ash dieback symptoms. The Forestry Commission website provides a checking procedure and contact details should anyone suspect they have identified infected trees: http://www.forestry.gov.uk/chalara

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