How are OPM tree and health risks being managed?

This appears to be the year that oak processionary moth (OPM) joins Japanese knotweed and grey squirrels in being widely recognised by the public as troublesome invasive species. Experts are hoping this new-found infamy will ensure continued vigilance to help keep the problem under control and keep tree workers and the public safe.

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