Ash dieback research shows how planting affects gene flow

A new paper, Gene flow of common ash in a fragmented landscape (Devrim Semizer-Cuming, Erik Dahl Kjær, Reiner Finkeldey) in Plos One shows the implications of establishing gene conservation stands and the use of enrichment planting in the face of ash dieback.

by Matthew Appleby
ash dieback-Forestry Commission
ash dieback-Forestry Commission

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