National Trust site belies doom scenarios for Chalara

The spread of ash dieback (Chalara fraxinea) in the UK may not be as rapid or as lethal as government forecasts predict, the National Trust has said.

Chalara-infected ash tree - image:Forestry Commission
Chalara-infected ash tree - image:Forestry Commission

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