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dieback

shoot NECROSIS starting at the plant apex and moving downwards.
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Outbreaks of ash dieback have been found at 427 sites across Great Britain, according to the Forestry Commission.
But the spokesman said: "The new Northumberland case of ash dieback was wrongly marked as a 'wider environment' case.
He told the Assembly's Agriculture and Rural Development Committee that ash saplings imported through Scotland from the continent have been found to contain the disease Chalara, also known as Ash dieback.
The three main signs are: leaves going brown at the tips long before autumn; long, weeping lesions on the bark and dieback in the crown of the tree from the top.
He said scientists believe they may have found a spray for ash dieback.
"Dieback has been killing off vast pastures in Central Queensland and this will help us get on top of it," Minister Littleproud said.
Ash Dieback has been discovered in trees at Lancing Ring in Adur and The Gallops at Findon Valley in Worthing.
Contract notice: conducting an interim evaluation of the national vineyard dieback plan
Since ash dieback - caused by a deadly tree fungus - first arrived on British shores seven years ago, experts have warned that it could decimate the population.
Ash dieback, which is lethal to European ash trees, originated in Asia and is thought to have been brought to the UK on imported ash trees some years before it was first identified in Britain in 2012.
Ash dieback which is lethal to European ash trees, originated in Asia and is thought to have been brought to the UK on imported ash trees some years before it was first identified in Britain in 2012.
The Kauri, NZ's largest tree, has been classified as nationally vulnerable by the Department of Conservation due to Kauri dieback, an incurable, fatal disease.