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Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Killer tree disease found in woodland

A NEWLY-PLANTED woodland in Eskdale has been found to have ash dieback, a deadly disease which is sweeping the UK and could kill millions of ash trees.

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People are being asked to be alert to signs of ash dieback which has been found in a woodland near Langholm

Forestry Commission Scotland has confirmed that the disease is present in the woodland near Langholm but says there is no truth in rumours that it has been found in Canonbie.

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