National Trust for Scotland starts £250,000 tree felling and planting project to manage sudden oak death

Around 900 Japanese larch trees (Larix kaempferi) are to be felled at Arduaine Garden in Argyll as part of National Trust for Scotland's strategy to manage the outbreak of Phytophthora ramorum.

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