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Thanks for sharing this Phil. Judging by the distibution map it seems fairly clear that this disease is now well established throughout the British Isles. A depressing thought. 30% of the climax tree species in my county warwickshire are Ash and indeed 90% of the trees on our farm are. I was discussing alternatives with our Natural England advisor last week and we have decided to start planting Wych Elms in number this winter along with more oaks.

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