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As 1000s of ash trees burn, another 8o million trees in Britain are under threat from the virulent fungal disease Chalara fraxinea. Originating in Poland in 1992, we all wonder why measures have not been put in place before to minimise the impact. The spores spread the disease which can travel up to 30km so the prognosis is grim for our wonderful woodlands which contain 30% ash.

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