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Latest update on ash dieback (WITH VIDEO)


27 November 2012

150 Ash leafChalara dieback of ash has been reported at over 200 sites in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Chalara is likely to have been in this country for at least two years, but was only recently discovered in British forests and woodland as a result of a an intensive survey of sites across the UK where ash trees are known to be present. The risk of visitors spreading the disease is very small and the relevant statutory agencies are not closing forests or advising owners of infected sites to do so. The disease is caused by a fungus called Chalara fraxinea. The disease causes leaf loss and crown dieback in affected trees, and it can lead to tree death.

The above video will be updated by the Forestry Commission on what to look out for when there are no leaves on the tree.

Click the link below to view some photos of what infected stems look like.

  Chalara fraxinea field recognition from a confirmed infection site

How to report suspected cases of disease

The disease is being treated as a quarantine pest under national emergency measures, and it is important that suspected cases of the disease are reported.

Download a free mobile phone app to identify and report the disease
(includes a map of the latest likely sightings submitted by people using the app)

Alternatively you can report suspected cases of the disease by telephone or email to one of the following:

For England, Wales and Scotland contact either the Food and Environment Research Agency (01904 465625 or planthealth.info@fera.gsi.gov.uk) or the Forestry Commission (0131 314 6414 or plant.health@forestry.gsi.gov.uk)

For Northern Ireland contact the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (0300 200 7847 or dardhelpline@dardni.gov.uk)

What is the risk of spreading the disease?

150 Ash dieback - FC imageThe risk of visitors spreading the disease is very small and Forestry Commission are not closing forests or advising owners of infected sites to do so. The disease is mainly spread on the wind by fungus spores. Once infected a tree cannot be cured and must be destroyed and removed from the woodland. Forestry Commission advice says that spores are produced from infected dead leaves between June and September, spores are unlikely to survive for more than a few days and trees need a high dose of spores to become infected. The Commission also states that there is a low probability of dispersal of the spores on clothing, animals or birds.


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