Phytphthora ramorum was discovered three times in Cornwall (twice on Rhododendron and once on Magnolia).
One Rhododendron originating in the Netherlands was destroyed in Sheffield. Rhododendron were also affected in Staffordshire.
Phytophthora ramorum discovered on Rhododendron in Scotland was treated by destroying the plants.
Meanwhile in Devon two Hamamelis plants were destroyed following an outbreak. At another Devon site Viburnum were affected.
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