EU means UK borders too open to xylella disease, says grower

A draft document addressing the aftermath of recent tree pest and disease crises ash dieback, Phytophthora ramorum and oak processionary moth is unlikely to help with future problems such as Xylella fastidiosa because UK borders are too open to imports from the EU, according to nurseryman John Middleton.

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