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Old Friday 8th March 2019, 06:07   #1
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Ash die back

Spreading faster than expected.
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Old Friday 8th March 2019, 13:13   #2
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Starting to show up here in Northumbs the last year or two. Interesting point I've noticed, it seems to be worse on recently planted trees (likely imported), while older trees, and self-sown saplings, are less affected. Suggests that native stock is more resistant, or at least more resilient by being better adapted to the local conditions.
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