Ash Dieback suspected in Kent
Suspected cases of Ash Dieback, the common name given to the fungal tree pathogen Chalara Fraxinea have reportedly been found in Kent.
The latest in a spate of recent tree diseases to hit the U.K., C. Fraxinea is being taken very seriously by the Government with over 100'000 Ash saplings incinerated so far in a bid to contain the spread of the disease.
Our blog posting here gives a wider perspective on the disease and its implications for the future.
The Arboricultural Association has also issued a press release with important information and guidence on identification and how to report suspected cases here;
It is very important that suspected cases are reported so for tree owners who are unsure or concerned about correctly identifying suspected cases, we are now offering a completely free site visit and disease identification service, please contact us via the contact page to arrange an appointment.