Symptoms & What To DO
Ash Dieback Manchester
What Is Ash Dieback?
Ash dieback is a disease of ash trees which kills trees and threatens species which rely on ash. Ash dieback disease is caused by the Asian fungus Hymenoscyphus fraxineus which causes leaf loss. Europe’s ash species has evolved differently with fungus compared to Asia and therefore cannot defend itself against it.
What Happens To A Tree With Ash Dieback?
The fungus of ash dieback disease is found on ash leaf stalks and produces fruiting bodies which is released into the atmosphere, travelling tens of miles in the wind and eventually landing on leaves, penetrating it so that fungus grows inside the tree.
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