Ashes ashes: How fungus is killing Britain's ash trees
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Ashes ashes: How fungus is killing Britain's ash trees

Ashes ashes: How fungus is killing Britain's ash trees

Ashes ashes: How fungus is killing Britain's ash trees

Throughout Kent and East Anglia, the elegant, luxuriant deep green of late summertime season ash woodland has been reduced to a threadbare tangle of branches and twigs – the victim of ash dieback. Nick Johannsen explains how actually urgent action may not be sufficient to save this particular particular stately beast

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