Deadly Disease Could Wipe Out UK's Ash Trees, Causing Dramatic Impact on Businesses and Landscape - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

Scientists are warning that an outbreak of a deadly tree disease could devastate Britain's entire population of ash trees which make up 30 percent of the UK's woodlands. Ash dieback has now been identified in 115 sites and that number is rapidly rising as more and more infected areas are being discovered. Pound Farm, a woodland in Suffolk, south-east England, where the disease in the wild was first confirmed, now displays signs warning walkers to be careful not to spread the fungus on their

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