Ash Dieback Disease commonly known as Chalara fraxinea (C. fraxinea)

It is now four years since the first cases of ash dieback or Chalara really hit the headlines and ousted P.ramorum in larch as public tree enemy number one. So let’s just rewind and give a plotted history of Chalara fraxinea and its arrival in the UK. Infected ash had been found widely across mainland Europe Continue Reading →