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  • Jon Thwaites

Ash Die Back (Chalara)

Ash dieback, also known as Chalara, is a devastating fungal disease that has affected ash trees in Sussex, England and across Europe. The disease is caused by the fungus Hymenoscyphus fraxineus, which attacks the tree's vascular system, leading to leaf loss and crown dieback. Ash dieback is spread through spores in the air, which are carried by the wind and can also be transmitted through the movement of infected trees, wood, and bark. In Sussex, ash dieback has had a significant impact on the landscape, with many ash trees being removed to try and prevent the spread of the disease. It is important for landowners and forestry professionals to monitor for signs of the disease and take appropriate action to protect against its spread.

Ash dieback is a major problem in Sussex, England, with the fungal disease having a significant impact on the landscape. If you suspect that your ash trees may be affected by the disease, it is important to seek professional help as soon as possible. D&T Tree Surgery LTD is a highly respected company that has extensive experience in dealing with ash dieback and other tree diseases. They offer a range of services, including tree inspections, treatments, and removal, to help protect your trees and prevent the spread of the disease. Don't let ash dieback ruin the beauty of your landscape. Contact D&T Tree Surgery LTD for expert help and advice.

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