Chalara ash
The disease ash dieback is affecting
woodland in Britain. The disease
is not harmful to people or
animals, but it can kill ash trees.
How to spot symptoms of ash dieback
The main symptoms are:
dead branches
blackening of leaves which often hang on the tree
discoloured stems often in a diamond-shape
where a leaf was attached.
If you see these symptoms, please:
double check them at the website: or using the QR code below
report them to the helpline:
08459 335577
To help stop the disease spreading:
Before visiting other places, clean mud and leaves from
footwear, pushchairs, bikes, cars, dogs and horses
Do not remove leaves, plants or wood from this area.
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