Twenty new Chalara cases per month as minister admits "there is no magic bullet"

The spread of ash dieback, caused by the pathogen Chalara fraxinea, is showing no signs of slowing, with latest Forestry Commission figures showing that nearly a thousand sites across the UK are now affected.

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