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Old 20th October 2019, 10:17 AM
MikeHeller MikeHeller is offline
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Originally Posted by GoodOldNorm View Post
That is a very interesting map. It confirms that it has been found in my area and I have have ash trees on my property dying back but lacks the lesions and blackening of leaves that are typical. Ref:

https://www.forestresearch.gov.uk/to...hus-fraxineus/

Its probable absence in my immediate vicinity has been confirmed by my son No.2 who is a botanist at Kew Herbarium, although I thought I had it.
Mike

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