Bark beetle measures piloted ahead of plant passport widening

Ahead of a wider introduction of timber plant passporting in December 2019, the system is being piloted in South East England to protect against the spread of the larger eight-toothed European spruce bark beetle - or Ips typographus - which was found in the UK, in Kent, for the first time in December 2018.

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