Forestry Commission halts larch felling

The Forestry Commission has introduced a temporary moratorium on issuing new permissions to fell larch trees during the winter in the areas of Britain at greatest risk of having ramorum disease.

by Matthew Appleby
It is difficult to identify the presence of ramorum disease in larch once needles have fallen - image: Forestry Commission
It is difficult to identify the presence of ramorum disease in larch once needles have fallen - image: Forestry Commission

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